The Londons of the British Fleet

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How They Faced the Enemy on the Day of Battle and What Their Story Means for Us to-Day Strong are we? Make us stronger yet 1 Great -make us greater far! Of all the names on the roll of the men-of-war of our National Navy, no other has historic associations so fraught with grave warnings and object-lessons for our common welfare and safety in the circum stances of the present time. Nor could it be more fitting than that it should fall to a London to convey the message to the specially named representative in the British Fleet of the Capital City of the Empire and the nerve-centre of the vast commercial organ ization by which we live from day to day and on which depends our National and Imperial existence.
How They Faced the Enemy on the Day of Battle and What Their Story Means for Us to-Day Strong are we? Make us stronger yet 1 Great -make us greater far! Of all the names on the roll of the men-of-war of our National Navy, no other has historic associations so fraught with grave warnings and object-lessons for our common welfare and safety in the circum stances of the present time. Nor could it be more fitting than that it should fall to a London to convey the message to the specially named representative in the British Fleet of the Capital City of the Empire and the nerve-centre of the vast commercial organ ization by which we live from day to day and on which depends our National and Imperial existence.
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Author Edward Fraser
Published 1908
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 14x20
Pages 455
Weight (g) 650.0000
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