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E.P. Dutton and Company 1929. New York, 2nd Edition. During the last terrible year of WW1, there was a time when the British Merchantile Marine was in grave danger of it;s life. It was bombarded on all sides by enemy warships, by huge bombs from enemy aircraft, and from torpedoes from enemy undersea craft. How it survived this gigantic attack and emerged with flying colours is told here by Captain Bone, master of the 'Cameronia', and one of those intrepid mariners who navigated his ship in a watery field of deadly torpedoes. Shelfworn and soiled. Orange cloth covered end boards. 312pp. 220 mm x 140 mm.