A Naval Venture The War Story of an Armoured Cruiser

YOU WILL SEE YOUR BULLETSPLASHES" A Naval Venture The War Story of an Armoured Cruiser BY FLEETSURGEON T.T.JEANS, R.N. of "GunboatandGunrunner" "John Graham,SubLieutenant,R.N." "Ford of H.M.S. Vigilant" &c. Preface In this book I have ...

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