Bloodstained sea

Americans called it Torpedo Junction; to the Germans, it was Devil's Gorge. By any name, the North Atlantic of the early 1940s was one of the most dangerous fronts in a catastrophic war. Called upon in desperate times, seven of the Coast Guard's finest ships?the sleek, efficient, tough 327-foot Secretary-class cutters?and their crews plied these unforgiving waters to protect convoys of troops and much-needed supplies. Painstakingly assembled from interviews, diaries, notes, and letters, these are their stories. . . .

Author: Walling, Michael
Pages: 291

Product code: 60.42.145


Back to History & Classics

All prices are in New Zealand Dollars (NZD) and all orders are subject to our Terms & Conditions.