The Sub: Being the Autobiography of David Munro, Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Navy (Classic Reprint)

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This book was written in the brief spare time at my disposal, and subject to frequent interruption ; while often, for weeks at a time, I have been unable to lay pen to paper due to my naval duties. Indeed, without the generous help of my wife, who has read through the narrative both in manuscript and proof, I could hardly have completed the book in time for publication this autumn. Her assistance and suggestions have been invaluable.

"The Sub" may be criticised in that it devotes too much space to pre-hostility days and too little to the present war; but it has been my principal aim to give some idea of the life and training of the boy who enters the Royal Navy as a cadet through the Colleges at Osborne and Dartmouth. Moreover, I hope in a future volume to give further war experiences of Sub-Lieutenant David Munro.

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