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    • The Making Of Captain Cook

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      Captain James Cook was a British explorer and cartographer in the Royal Navy. For twelve years, he sailed back and forth the Pacific Ocean and was instrumental to discovering several islands in this part of the world. His charting of these islands was his greatest contribution in history. Centuries later, his discoveries are still being applied in navigation.

      His circumnavigation was also successful in that his travels were mostly well-coordinated. At that time, he hardly lost a crew to sickness like scurvy and other diseases and history books have it that Captain Cook took care of his men really well.

      During his trips, he would bring along scientists, artists and other observers from Europe, and their contribution also made an impact and mattered to man’s discovery.

      Captain Cook’s expeditions were not without problems though. There were numerous debates among scholars about his expeditions and colonization. Even his death has been part of an ongoing discussion. The Captain was stabbed in Hawaii during one of his voyages.

      This documentary profiles the navigator who would help shape the world, so to speak.

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      Published on October 13, 2009 · Filed under: History
    • Jack Kebek

      Loved it! No fact twisting here :) Only a simple amazing truth : Capt. Cook was one of the many great and brave geniuses of his time.
      Three Hurrays for Capt'n Cook!