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by George Malcolm Thomson
Author: George Malcolm Thomson
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; New edition edition (March 17, 1988)
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George Malcolm Thomson (1899–1996) was a Scottish journalist and publicist for . Sir Francis Drake (1972). The Prime Ministers: From Robert Walpole to Margaret Thatcher (1980)
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Sir Francis Drake was more pirate than patriot as he raided Spanish possessions during England's war with . Like many of his contemporaries, no birth records exist for Sir Francis Drake. It is believed he was born between 1540 and 1544, based on dates of later events.
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Find sources: "Francis Drake" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2019) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Drake Jewel, on loan at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. At the age of eighteen he was purser of a ship which sailed to the Bay of Biscay. Sir Francis Drake with his new heraldic achievement, with motto: Sic Parvis Magna, translated literally: "Thus great things from small things (come)". The hand out of the clouds is labelled Auxilio Divino, or "With Divine Help".
An exuberant Boys' Life rendition of corsairs on the Spanish Main which features Drake as a sporting, seafaring Robin Hood jovially relieving Spanish ships of their New World treasures from Santa Domingo to Cartagena to Cadiz.
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