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Cassell, London. 1968 1st Edition. It was February 1942 and the Japanese invasion forces were sweeping triumphantly southwards through the Pacific. Between them and Australia there now lay nothing but the remains of the United States Navy, still dazedly regrouping after the holocaust of Pearl Harbour. Hero Harry Paige sailed his badly damaged cruiser, the Gloucester, into the middle of a Japanese western attack force, and he fought her to the death. He was a tough, dedicated professional, with a total belief in the principle of victory at any price. The Admiral is his story: an unforgettable, epic classic of the war at sea. Good condition. Illustrated dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. 453pp. 215 x 135 mm.