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2004, 1st edition; SIGNED by author: " To T__ & I__, fellow sailors on the North Atlantic, with appreciation for all that you added to the voyage!, Revell, on board MAASDAU 7.VIII.08"; Simon & Schuster publishers, New York; hardbound in grey and black boards with blue lettering along spine; very good conditon of book; black and white glossy photos; dust jacket quite good.


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SS Anglo Saxon was a cargo ship carrying coal from Wales to Argentina that was sunk by the German auxiliary cruiser Widder on 21 August 1940. Several of the crew managed to get in a jolly boat, an all purpose small boat that could also be used as a lifeboat. It carried the surviving members of the ship's crew west across the Atlantic Ocean for seventy days, before finally landing in Eleuthera. By the time the jolly boat made landfall, only two of the seven survivors of the attack were still alive.

All Brave Sailors, The Sinking of the Anglo-Saxon by J. Revell Carr

SKU: BS44g
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