MAX HORTON AND THE WESTERN APPROACHES

By: Chalmers, W.S

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Hodder and Stoughton, London 1954. Max Horton was Commander-in-Chief Western Approaches, barely six months after he had hoisted his flag at Liverpool, Horton swept the 'U-boats from the North Atlantic, and made the seaway safe from the Geman marauders. Tatty dust jacket. Some foredge foxing. Blue cloth covered end boards. 300pp. 210 x 140 mm

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