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Angus & Robertson, North Ryde NSW 1987. The coast of Australia is littered with the wrecks of ships that sank in the last 360 years. A few of them went down before there were European settlers in Australia but most happened in the days when convicts and settlers were still arriving by the boatload in their new country. In those days, everything and everyone came and went by ship. Among the stories of shipwrecks are some of the most exciting and tragic tales in Australian history. Stories of mutiny and castaways, of convicts left chained below decks in sinking ships, of treasure lost and waiting to be found, of ships blasted by mines and torpedoes. Illustrated card end boards. Near fine condition. 30pp 290 x 200 mm