When Ships Go Down, by David Masters

When Ships Go Down
David Masters

Hardback with dust jacket in very good condition. Small tear at bottom of the dust jacket at the back. In cellophane cover.
Front endpaper inscribed ‘The thank you for all the help you have given us at The Homestead. April 15th 1943, from Esmé Anderson’. A small photograph (presumably of The Homestead0 is attached to the front endpaper through slits cut to accommodate the corners of the photograph. Inside pages in very good condition.

Contents: Where the world insures it ships; The epic of the S4; New submarine safeguards and incredible escapes; £2,000,000 or nothing; A comedian’s ‘joke’; A remarkable sea mystery and how it was solved; Fourteen hundred feet deep; Concerning the Tobermory treasure; Fighting sand and sea for a fortune; Seeing the Egypt’s gold; Invisible death and heroic deeds; Salvage miracles at Scapa; How Russia raised the British submarine; The battle for the Bardic; The Navarino riddle.

356 pages
17 black and white photographs
147 mm x 222 mm (6 in x 8.75 in)
1941 (Fifth impression), Eyre and Spottiswoode, London


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Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 30 × 20 × 6 cm