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Wolf U-Boat Commanders in World War 11.

By: Vause (J.)

Price: £18.00

Publisher: 1997,

Seller ID: 3378


xi + 249pp, 27 illus, dw. Publisher: Drawing on a wealth of primary sources. This book examines theûlives of a number of U-Bootwaffe officers, including the famous and theûnot so well known. View more info

Drie 17e-Eeuwse Admiraals. Piet Heyn, Witte de With, Jan Evertsen.

By: Warnsinck (J.C.M.)

Price: £10.00

Publisher: 1977, Rotterdam,

Seller ID: 8790


141pp, 4 illus, folding chart, pictorial stiff paper wrappers. View more info

Random Recollections.

By: Warwick (W.C.)

Price: £16.00

Publisher: 1957,

Seller ID: 7379


65pp, portrait frontis, decorated black cloth. AJS: A memoir of his time in the shipping world from 1895 to 1945, his career as a director with Houlder Brothers and Royal Mail Lines. View more info

Captain Gilbert Roberts RN and the Anti U-Boat School.

By: Williams (M.)

Price: £15.00

Publisher: 1979,

Seller ID: 772


iv + 186pp, 8 text illus, facsim, dw. AJS: Roberts set up the Western Approaches Tactical Unit in 1942 to trainûnaval officers in anti-U-boat warfare. View more info

Hawkins of Plymouth A New History of Sir John Hawkins and Other Members of His Family Prominent in Tudor England.

By: Williamson (J.A.)

Price: £20.00

Publisher: 1969, 2nd ed,

Seller ID: 786


xi + 348pp, 16 illus, 3 maps, dw. Preface: This book records the history of the Hawkins family in TudorûEngland. Although Sir John Hawkins is its chief subject, his fatherûWilliam Hawkins, his brother, also William Hawkins, and his son SirûRichard Hawkins, were all prominent in the story of the time, and theirûcareers are here narrated. View more info

Seaman Garneray Voyages, Aventures et Combat.

By: Wilson (R.) Translator.

Price: £12.00

Publisher: 2003,

Seller ID: 6502


285pp, 42 illus, map, advert, dw. AJS: Louis Garneray joined the Republican navy in 1796 at the age ofûthirteen. Three years later he was a member of the crew of the famousûFrench privateer Robert Surcouf, operating in the Indian Ocean. He wasûcaptured in 1806 and spent the next eight years on the prison hulks inûPortsmouth harbour. Translated from the French. View more info