Memoirs of Service Afloat: During the War Between the States

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Kelly, Piet & Company, 1869 - 817 ページ

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Semmes is a good writer, when he is not disparaging his former enemies in the North. The description of tactical operations of a hybrid coal/wind powered ship (The Sumter) engaged in raiding Union ... レビュー全文を読む

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