➹ Wartime Disasters at Sea: Every Passenger Ship Loss in World Wars I and II Gratuito ➯ Autore David Williams – Vehikool.co.uk

Wartime Disasters at Sea: Every Passenger Ship Loss in World Wars I and II During WWI And WWII Than Passenger Ships Were Sunk Following Torpedo Strikes, Surface Shellfire, Aerial Bombardment, Or Scuttling Here Are Details Of Every Deep Sea Passenger Carrying Vessel Lost Either In Regular Commercial Service Or In Temporary Auxiliary Duties Year By Year Chapters For And Contain Ships Name, Year Built, Owner, Builder, Tonnage, Length, Engine Type, Description Of The Incident Providing Date, Position, Circumstances, Cause And Number Of Casualties Those of us who study ship wrecks likely know about famous wartime sinkings such as the Lusitania and Athenia, but this book shows just how many others went down as well The Rex, an Italian liner over 50,000 tons, went down after being hit by at least 123 rockets Japan suffered terribly, losing thousands of lives to American submarines in the Pacific The worst disasters of all occurred in the Baltic in early 1945, when Soviet subs sank ships loaded with thousands of German refugees This is a fine source for anyone looking into passenger ship losses during bothWorld Wars. Like the companion volume on peacetime passenger ship losses, this book is a thorough, well illustrated review of passenger ship sinkings Although this format makes this a handy reference volume, its a little laborious to read it cover to cover Within those limitations, I found the book to be readable and very enjoyable.


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