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W.H. Allen. London 1963. 1st Edition. How many of us, hearing the broadcast message here is a hurricane warning - remember the brave men and women of the sea, part of whose job is to keep the authorities informed of tomorrow's weather conditions. Strung out across the twin gaps of danger, the North Atlantic and the South Pacific, the weather ships sail unceasingly, beaming back their hour by hour information of hurricanes, tornadoes, and the less spectacular threat of gale-force winds. Photographs illustrate the text. Soiled dust jacket. Red cloth covered end boards. Evidence of foxing to fore-edge otherwise good condition. 170pp. 220 x 140 mm