My Life's Golden Age - Netflix
When a couple divorced recently after 19 years of marriage, their three children grew up to adopt different lifestyles and values from their parents. Hwang's divorce sets of a series of unfortunate events, which takes their family on a rollercoaster ride of ups and downs...
Runtime: 65 minutes
My Life's Golden Age - Golden Age of Piracy - Netflix
The Golden Age of Piracy is a common designation given to usually one or more outbursts of piracy in the maritime history of the early modern period. In its broadest accepted definition, the Golden Age of Piracy spans the 1650s to the late 1720s and covers three separate outbursts of piracy: The buccaneering period of approximately 1650 to 1680, characterized by Anglo-French seamen based on Jamaica and Tortuga attacking Spanish colonies and shipping in the Caribbean and eastern Pacific The Pirate Round of the 1690s, associated with long-distance voyages from the Americas to rob Muslim and East India Company targets in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea The post-Spanish Succession period extending from 1716 to 1726, when Anglo-American sailors and privateers, left unemployed by the end of the War of the Spanish Succession, turned en masse to piracy in the Caribbean, the North American eastern seaboard, the West African coast, and the Indian Ocean Narrower definitions of the Golden Age sometimes exclude the first or second periods, but most include at least some portion of the third. The modern conception of pirates as depicted in popular culture is derived largely, although not always accurately, from the Golden Age of Piracy. Factors contributing to piracy during the Golden Age included the rise in quantities of valuable cargoes being shipped to Europe over vast ocean areas, reduced European navies in certain regions, the training and experience that many sailors had gained in European navies (particularly the Royal Navy), and ineffective government in European overseas colonies. The colonial powers at the time constantly fought with pirates and engaged in several notable battles and other related events.
My Life's Golden Age - Recent countertrend toward broader meaning - Netflix
David Cordingly, in his influential 1994 work Under the Black Flag, defined the “great age of piracy” as lasting from the 1650s to around 1725, very close to Fiske's definition of the Golden Age. Rediker, in 2004, described the most complex definition of the Golden Age to date. He proposes a “golden age of piracy, which spanned the period from roughly 1650 to 1730”, which he subdivides into three distinct “generations”: the buccaneers of 1650–1680, the Indian Ocean pirates of the 1690s, and the pirates of the years 1716–1726.
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