Australian Navy Action WW1 - THE LAST CRUISE OF THE EMDEN

Australian Navy Action WW1 - THE LAST CRUISE OF THE EMDEN

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THE LAST CRUISE OF THE EMDEN.  by E HOYT

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THE LAST CRUISE OF THE EMDEN. ' written by E. HOYT. The story of the German cruiser Emden that, at the beginning of the First World War, patrolled the waters of the Far East unaccompanied and sank some twenty merchant ships, a cruiser and a destroyer. The subsequent sinking of the Emden by the Australian Heavy cruiser Sydney was an momentous event to Australia's esteem back in 1914. At the time it was recognised as the single most important military event to happen to Australia. Then came Gallipoli .

One of the most concise books written on the HMAS Sydney battle.

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Book Condition:
damage to dust jacket as you can see in pics book itself ok
Outer Cover on Book:
Hard Boards with Dust Jacket
Total Pages:
242
Publication Date:
1967
Dimensions in mm :
150 x 230 x 19

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