Britains Merchant Navy

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The work of Britain?s minesweepers in keeping tke.sea lanes dear and the convoy lines open is of the utmost importance to ships of the Merchant Navy. It is carried out unceasingly, day and night, by mine-sweeping patrols, well armed against attack. Many of the crews on these vessels were fishermen in peace time. All round the coasts of Britain these ships keep their perilous watch, seeking out and destroying mines, ensuring the safety of our shipping
The work of Britain?s minesweepers in keeping tke.sea lanes dear and the convoy lines open is of the utmost importance to ships of the Merchant Navy. It is carried out unceasingly, day and night, by mine-sweeping patrols, well armed against attack. Many of the crews on these vessels were fishermen in peace time. All round the coasts of Britain these ships keep their perilous watch, seeking out and destroying mines, ensuring the safety of our shipping
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Author Edited by Sir Archibald Hurd
Published c1943
Book Condition Loose boards but detached, faded spine
Dimensions (cm) 16x23
Pages 256
Weight (g) 550.0000
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