Commander Crabb

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Commander Crabb was undoubtedly the most famous British frogman of WWII, being a pioneer in the development of this branch of underwater warfare, and leaning much from the technology and tactics used by his Italian counterparts. Ironically, he was later to work with them clearing Italian ports of obstructions and unexploded weapons as the Allies gradually occupied the country.
Commander Crabb was undoubtedly the most famous British frogman of WWII, being a pioneer in the development of this branch of underwater warfare, and leaning much from the technology and tactics used by his Italian counterparts. Ironically, he was later to work with them clearing Italian ports of obstructions and unexploded weapons as the Allies gradually occupied the country.
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Author Marshall Pugh
Published 1956
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 14x22
Pages 166
Weight (g) 400.0000
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