First Worldwide Manhunt

First Worldwide Manhunt

In the late 17th century, a pirate named Henry Avery became the richest pirate in the world after raiding a treasure laden ship belonging to the Grand Ruler of India. He stole £600,000 in precious metals and jewels, equivalent to £89.6 million today. The world’s first worldwide manhunt was called on him.

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