Roberto Cofresi

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Roberto Cofresi (June 17, 1791 - March 29, 1825), better known as "El Pirata Cofresi", was the most renowned pirate in Puerto Rico. He became interested in sailing at a young age. By the time he reached ad…

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    High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Roberto Cofresi (June 17, 1791 - March 29, 1825), better known as "El Pirata Cofresi", was the most renowned pirate in Puerto Rico. He became interested in sailing at a young age. By the time he reached adulthood there were some political and economic difficulties in Puerto Rico, which at the time was a colony of Spain. Influenced by this situation he decided to become a pirate in 1818. Cofresi commanded several assaults against cargo vessels focusing on those that were responsible for exporting gold. During this time he focused his attention on ships from the United States and the local Spanish government ignored several of these actions. On March 5, 1825, Cofresi engaged in battle a float of ships led by John Slout. He eventually abandoned his ship and tried to escape by land before being captured. After being imprisoned he was sent to San Juan, Puerto Rico, where a brief military trial found him guilty and on March 29, 1825, he and other members of his crew were executed by a firing squad. After his death his life was used as inspiration for several stories and myths, which served as the basis for books and other media.

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    E-Bok
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    ePUB
    Forlag
    Book On Demand
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9785510152364
    Sider
    345

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