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W.H. Allen, London, 1972. In the foreword Admiral of the Fleet Lord Lois Mountbatton of Burma refered to 'Puggy' Stephenson as "a character of the Royal Navy" - he was. He made his name (Terror of Tobermory) when he made such an important impact on the vital Battle of the Atlantic. 130 enemy U-Boats were sunk by 'Puggy's' trainees (trained in Tobermory harbour on the Isle of Mull). They also claimed 40 aircraft. Tape repaired dust jacket blue cloth covered end boards. Nice condition. 196pp 222 x 140mm