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Five months on a German raider; being the adventures of an Englishman captured by the Wolf

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The S.S. Hitachi Maru, 6,716 tons, of the Nippon Yushen Kaisha (Japan Mail Steamship Co.), left Colombo on September 24, 1917, her entire ship's company being Japanese. Once outside the breakwater, the rough weather made itself felt; the ship rolled a good deal and the storms of wind and heavy rain continued more or less all day. The next day the weather had moderated, and ...more
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Published by London : Headley bros. publishers, ltd. (first published March 28th 2009)
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A unique look at the life of civilian prisoners on a German ship during WWI. A different tale from an unknown theater of the war.
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