Fb2 A Sailor Remembers ePub
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This book is a collection of 50 articles which have appeared occasionally in the Hattiesburg American (MS) newspaper over the past five years (2010-2015)
This book is a collection of 50 articles which have appeared occasionally in the Hattiesburg American (MS) newspaper over the past five years (2010-2015). The author appeals to a wide range of individuals who are interested in travel, history, and military affairs. The articles are positive in tone, often humorous, and always insightful into the human condition.
Russia Beyond publishes an excerpt from a recently published book of memoirs. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill called it the worst journey in the world. Sailors on nearly 80 convoys from August 1941 to May 1945 risked their lives to help the Soviet people. Herman E. Melton, an American participant in these events that took many lives in the frozen Arctic, published his recollections of that harrowing time in the book, Liberty's War: An Engineer's Memoir of the Merchant Marine, 1942-1945. Melton recalls how he was sent as a cadet from the . Merchant Marine Academy to serve on the Liberty ship, Cornelius Harnett.
Robert Hichens (16 September 1882 – 23 September 1940) was a British sailor who was part of the deck crew on board the RMS Titanic when she sank on her maiden voyage on 15 April 1912. He was one of six quartermasters on board the vessel and was at the ship's wheel when the Titanic struck the iceberg
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They found an exit strategy in the admiralty rules, which allowed them to file their own arrest papers and to bring an application for the sale of the ship. ty, although registered in De Villiers’s name as a subterfuge. They both expected the Minister of Defence, the nominal defendant representing the SADF, to prevail in the long run, but they were not interested in the long run. All they wanted was a quick but honourable exit.
With To Swear like a Sailor, Paul Gilje once more takes us below decks to life in the forecastle
With To Swear like a Sailor, Paul Gilje once more takes us below decks to life in the forecastle.
Sailor was looking at Jack without expression Jack smiled. I glanced at Sailor, remembering the faces of Sak and Shutratek. Yes, we found the. wo of them.
Sailor was looking at Jack without expression. Tell me, Jack, for whom, exactly, do you work? Are you a spy, then? Jack laughed. It’s not that glamorous or romantic, Sailor. Right now I’m sort of a fact finder. is dissolving and something else is evolving. Do you remember the man Owen Bramley told me about, the man who first helped us in Cuba, the one he called ‘Cardinal’? Of course. He helped us with the names on the ‘List. Yes, well, we’ll get to that, but he’s the same man who recruited me. I work for Cardinal.
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Sailor Moon suddenly stopped and turned to Luna with a smile. I suppose so," she said just before scooping Luna up and carrying the cat the rest of the way home
Sailor Moon suddenly stopped and turned to Luna with a smile. I suppose so," she said just before scooping Luna up and carrying the cat the rest of the way home. Slowly a smile formed on Darien's face. So you finally went crazy from all the sugar you eat huh?" "You don't remember," Serena whispered before lowering her gaze. It suddenly dawned on her that just because she had her memories back didn't mean he did and for that fact it didn't mean the others did either. Hey Serena, hang on to that guy for me will you?"