International Journal of Maritime History

International Journal of Maritime History

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manufacturing or other workplaces with a large number of workers - and big ships certainly fall into this latter category. ... increased not only because of the practical requirements of large crews and long voyages but also because of the influences of naval (and East India companies) examples. This model even seems responsible for the title captain, which gradually replaced the medieval terms master, skipper, or steersman ... Nor do they discuss Charles Kindlebergera#39;s challenginganbsp;...

Title:International Journal of Maritime History
Publisher: - 2005

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