A SMALL WAR - CORVETTES : THE 39 THROUGH FREMANTLE

By: Hummerston, David

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A SMALL WAR - CORVETTES : THE 39 THROUGH FREMANTLE by Hummerston, David (Editor)
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The West Australian Newspaper. The Mighty Midgets - the Royal Australian Navy's World War II corvette fleet - still generate respect and affection among those who sailed them. They were cramped, uncomfortable and rolled atrociously. Fifty years later, with new technology, their performance and armaments seem archaic. The photographs used are from the archives of the newspaper 'The West Australian', from negatives still held. The anecdotes come from the corvetteers, from individuals and associations around Australia that meet regularly and attend national conventions to recall the comaraderie and contribution of their ships. Stapled newsprint, soft covers. Good condition. 95pp. 210 x 270 mm.

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