By Ian M. Malcolm
Best vendor Dangerous Voyaging exhibits what it was once prefer to be at sea in the course of the moment global battle: relatively within the early years whilst the u-boats had the higher hand and naval escorts have been in such brief offer that the service provider ships had very little defense. And, if this weren’t undesirable sufficient, a seaman’s wages stopped whilst his send used to be sunk; considering that he had ceased operating for his supplier. Please seek on 'Dangerous Voyaging' to learn first-class stories .
Dangerous Voyaging 2 is the sequel to risky Voyaging.
Fortunes of War describes what occurred to the varied ships indexed in quantity XIV of The Marine Observer of 1937, and likewise tells the tales of 3 wartime voyages made by means of a Blue Funnel midshipman.
Mined Coasts - even supposing as much as 1000000 mines have been laid in the course of WWII, and have been a relentless threat to vessels crusing in coastal waters, most people hasn't ever been conscious of the large toll they took on either ships and lives. A Fishing Vessel part is included.
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