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VALIANT SAILORMEN

by E. Keble Chatterton

First published 1936 by Hurst & Blackett Ltd., London
(7th. Thousand)

Price £6.00 plus Postage

VALIANT SAILORMEN by E. Keble Chatterton:  An interesting selection, covering,  amongst other subjects, the hunt for the DRESDEN, anti-submarine operations using trawlers, Q-ships  and motor launches, the problems keeping open our lines of communication to the Continent in WW1, long-range U-boats (Deutschland) and the Blockade Squadron.

CONTENTS

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

 

 

PREFACE

  1. THE OLD WAY
  2. BLUE-WATER SAILORS
  3. HUNGRY SHIPS
  4. LIVING DANGEROUSLY
  5. THE RIDDLE OF THE STRAITS
  6. THE ESCAPER
  7. SEA STRUGGLE
  8. SINGLE SHIPS
  9. IN THE CHANNEL
  10. OCEAN CRUISERS
  11. THE CONVOY
  12. BRILLIANT FAILURE
  13. THE STORM FIEND
  14. PERIL ON THE SEA
 
  • Hero of the Hurricane
  • The S.S. Great Eastern
  • Contemporaries Blackwall Frigates
  • Naval Schooner
  • The Hope
  • The Auxiliary S.S. Hope
  • Getting Ready for Sea
  • The Submarine's Enemy
  • H.M.S. Glasgow
  • Suspicious Ship
  • Q-ship
  • Ready for Action
  • Before Submerging
  • To Fight on the Surface
  • Toll of the Sea
  • To the Rescue
  • Towing Her In
  • Ocean Hazard
  • S.S. Phemius
  • Entrance to Douro River

Selected entries from the comprehensive INDEX

 
Motor Launches
Q-Ships
U-boats
     
 

Motor Launches
Motor Launch 49
Motor Launch 155
Motor Launch 263


Q-Ships
Q-19
Q-23
Q-28
Q-30

U-18
U-19
U-25
U-33
U-34

U-35
U-38
U-51

U-53
U-58
U-93
U-151
U-152
U-153
U-155
U-156
U-157
UB Boats
UB-16
UB-48
UB-78
UB-110
UC-Boats: See Minelayers
UC-7
UC-11
UC-18
UC-42
UC-43
UC-44
UC-45
UC-46
GALLANT SAILORMEN by E. KEBLE CHATTERTON: Navy cloth bound book with gilt lettering and decoration to spine, the top and bottom of which are bumped, a little shelf wear to extremities but still square, tight and clean. Place cursor on image of title page, RIGHT, to view front board.

GALLANT SAILORMEN by E. KEBLE CHATTERTON: Page block tight, with pages generally very bright and very clean with very few isolated handling marks. Illustrations complete and in excellent condition. No jacket. REMOVE CURSOR TO REVERT TO IMAGE OF TITLE PAGE!

VALIANT SAILORMEN by E. KEBLE CHATTERTON

First published 1936 by Hurst & Blackett, Ltd., London

Navy cloth bound book with gilt lettering and decoration to spine, the top and bottom of which are bumped, a shelf wear to extremities but still square, tight and clean. Page block tight, with pages generally very bright and very clean with very few isolated handling mark. Illustrations complete and in excellent condition. No jacket.

Condition VERY GOOD

 

 
Book 140 mm.wide x 220 mm. tall x 25 mm. 287 pages.
Weight unwrapped 0.00 kilo

More books by E. Keble Chatterton: Hold cursor on icon for more information or click to go to page!

    Commander Keble Chatterton in ‘Seamen All’ covers adventure at sea from the heyday of the sailing ships to the Great War; including Karl Spindler’s attempt to land Roger Casement and arms from the ‘Aud’ in Ireland. No one, after finishing the book, will be disposed to deny that, sail or steam, the romance of the sea abides for all time.   The William Heinemann Ltd. first, 1924, edition of Commander Keble Chatterton's ‘Seamen All’ covers adventure at sea from the heyday of the sailing ships to the Great War; including Karl Spindler’s attempt to land Roger Casement and arms from the ‘Aud’ in Ireland. It is in a larger format than the Nautilus Library and is illustrated throughout in black and white. CLICK TO SEE PAGE !  

A bibliography for this author available here - www.bruzelius.info

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