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221 pages. Illustrated with 24 drawings in color by Grant Macdonald. 'A story of the hard fighting tribal class destroyers of the Royal Canadian Navy on the Murmansk Convoy, the English Channel and the Bay of Bicay. The author served on the Haida during the period covered by this book. Inscribed and dated, 13th April, 1949, by author on half-title page. Blue cloth covers with gold lettering to front and to spine. Covers mildly soiled. Spine edges rolled with minor wear to edges and corners. Former owner name on front end paper, DJ good only with small chips missing at edges and with water stain on back and browning to spine and back cover. Governor-General's award sticker on front panel of jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 50744
Publisher: Oxford University Press (1947), Toronto
Publication Date: 1947
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Signed: Signed By Author
Edition: First Edition.
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