The Jervis Bay Goes Down.
London: Methuen, 1941. Hardcover. Poem written for the radio, and then printed because of popularity. The "Jervis Bay" drew the fire of a German pocket battleship in the shipping lanes of the North Atlantic during WWII, allowing most of the convoy to scatter unharmed. Sml. 8vo, (viii) 8pp, frontis of the ship "Jervis Bay" Very good. Item #7061
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