The Silent Watchers, England's Navy during the Great War: What it is, and What we Owe to It. Bennett COPPLESTONE.

The Silent Watchers, England's Navy during the Great War: What it is, and What we Owe to It. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., (1918).

First Edition. Scarce work concerning the English Navy, "at once a record, an explanation and an appreciation, this remarkable book affords the American reader practically his first opportunity to realize the spirit and the meaning of that vast unsleeping power, the British navy, and what it has meant to the world during the present war". Near Fine in a Very Good dustjacket, few shallow chips, front panel with 'oxidizing' spotting.

Price: $150.00

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