Christopher Columbus

The crew, exhausted by the hardships of the expedition, the high-handed and ruthless behavior of the captain, and disappointed by the absence of the promised riches, began to rebel.

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Some broke away from the expedition and searched for treasure on their own, while others returned to Spain with many complaints against Columbus. These complaints were joined by the sailor's opponents, who demanded that the privileges granted to him be revoked. Columbus had no choice in this situation and returned to the country. He succeeded in clearing himself of all charges before the king, obtained confirmation of all the privileges granted to him, and the assurance of a third expedition.