Young William Brown led a life packed with challenge and adventure that helped forge a character destined for greatness.
He discovered that destiny in the wide and dark waterways of El Rio de la Plata, the River Plate, where his daring and spectacular feats earned him the title : Liberator of the South Atlantic.
On March 15 1814, South America's future hung in the balance as Brown led a rebel fleet into battle against the Spainish Royal Navy. His ship holed eighty times, a quarter of his men dead or wounded, Brown ordered his piper to play 'St. Patrick's Day in the morning' as he led a final, desperate assualt......
William Brown's inspirational story shows what one man can achieve, against incredible odds when fighting for what he believes in.
Admiral William Brown - Liberator of The South Atlantic
- Publisher: Marcos Aguinis Translated by Bill Tyson
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