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Christopher Johnson, London. First published 1952 this edition reprinted 1953. Commander Campbell's account of the Merchant Navy's exploits in the recent war (WW2) brings the clamour, the distress and the excitement of battle at sea echoing about our ears. The famous broadcaster, in his transcripts he has made of stories of the participants of of the most notable happenings of the war in which merchant ships played there heroic part, brings to life the perils which our merchant seamen underwent in the course of keeping open the lifelines of our the British nation in its life-and-death struggle. The Malta and Russion Convoys, Dunkirk, the saga of the 'Jervis Bay' the story 'Graf Spee' and other stories are contained in this volume. A hint of foxing to early pages. Illustrated dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. 220 mm x 145 mm. 208pp.