In at the Deep End, B Breakell

In at the Deep End, a personal account of diving in the 1930s
Bernard Breakell

Bernard Breakell trained as a diver with the Royal Navy at HMS Drake in with a view to starting a diving section for the civil engineering department for which he worked. The book recounts his experiences during training, setting up the diving Section which were on occasion both strange and amusing. It deals with the theoretical side of diving and early diving practices.

Paperback in cellophane cover. Very good condition

58 pages
Black and white illustrations and photographs
134 mm x 215 mm (5.25 in x 8.5 in)
1992, United Writers Publications Ltd, Cornwall


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Weight .2 kg
Dimensions 32 × 24 × 2 cm