25. Columbus' Fourth Voyage

Episode 26 March 25, 2018 00:18:52
25. Columbus' Fourth Voyage
The Latin American History Podcast
25. Columbus' Fourth Voyage
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Despite being arrested and sent back to Spain to face punishment, Columbus was not done yet. He managed to wrangle himself one last voyage of discovery. Perhaps he shouldn't have bothered pursuading the Spanish monarchy to let him have another go, on the way he will face a hurricane, yet more mutiny and end up stranded on a Caribbean island.

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