Working in Hazardous Seas Boy's Own Paper 63:12 September 1941


MOORHOUSE, Sydney. "Working in Hazardous Seas". The author describes the lives and work of the men who serve on Britain's mineweepers, with four blackand white photographs. An article in Boy's Own Paper, Vol. 63 No. 12, Sept ember, 1941, pp. 270-271. Redhill, Surrey : [Boy's Own Paper], 1941. Pp. [40], various paginations throughout. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, stapled illustrated paper covers. Colour illustration to the front cover isof a member of Canada's North West Mounted Police in his red uniform, acco mpanied by two Cree natives, apparently hot on the trail of a ne'er-do-well. Complete with numerous advertisements relating to the war effort in Britain. Some articles of further interest include: Philip Godsell's "The Trail of the Broken Needle", a true story of Canada's North West Mounted Police, with five photographs; Chapters XXX-XXXIV, being the concluding chapters ofPercy Westerman's serial "A Mystery of the Java Sea"; Peter Sykes' "Poland ", a brief glimpse at that country's efforts as an Ally during the War. Some faint creasing to covers, light wear to edges, else vg. for the issue 30.00

Title: Working in Hazardous Seas Boy's Own Paper 63:12 September 1941

Author Name: MOORHOUSE, Sydney Boy's Own Paper 63:12 September 1941 WESTERMAN, Percy

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Boy's Own Paper, Redhill, Surrey, 1939,:

Seller ID: 50354

Keywords: NAUTICAL ROYAL NAVY MINESWEEPER RCMP CANADA,