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The Fatal Impact By Alan Moorehead

The Fatal Impact
by Alan Moorehead

In this work, Alan Moorehead tells the tragic story of a great adventure which turned sour, in which good intentions led to disaster, corruption and annihilation. And ironically it was Cook, the greatest and most humane explorer of his day, who was to cause the fatal impact.
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The Fatal Impact Summary


The Fatal Impact by Alan Moorehead

When Captain Cook entered the Pacific in 1769, it was a virgin ocean, pristine and savage, and its inhabitants lived a life of primeval innocence. Seventy years later, firearms, disease and alcohol had hammered away at this way of life until it crumbled before them, and where satan had sown. the protestant missionaries reaped. In this work, Alan Moorehead tells the tragic story of a great adventure which turned sour, in which good intentions led to disaster, corruption and annihilation. And ironically it was Cook, the greatest and most humane explorer of his day, who was to cause the fatal impact.

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GOR001244048
The Fatal Impact by Alan Moorehead
Alan Moorehead
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Penguin Books Ltd
2000-09-28
272
0141390298
9780141390291
N/A
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