In the War at Sea : A Record of Rotterdam's Largest Merchant Fleet and Its Gallant Crews From 1940 to 1945.

By: SEABROOK, William C.

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SEABROOK, William C. In the War at Sea : A Record of Rotterdam's Largest Merchant Fleet and Its Gallant Crews From 1940 to 1945. N.pl.: Holland-America Line, n.d. Pp [1]-64. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled card covers. The Six That Were Sunk : Pennland, Zaandam, Breedyk, Beemsterdyk, Bilderdyk, Maasdam. The Ships That Survived : Volendam, Van der Capelle, Fort Orange, Delftdyk, Sloterdyk, Sommelsdyk, Blommersdyk, Westernland, Leerdam, Noordam, Edam, Philips Wouwerman, Nieuw Amsterdam. With a printed blue slip laidin from the Holland-America line requesting donations to The Princess Marg aret Fund “organized to provide assistance to the relatives of those men who lost their lives serving in Dutch vessels during the war.” Rubbed and browned, crease to rear cover, minor foxing, else very good. 45.00

Title: In the War at Sea : A Record of Rotterdam's Largest Merchant Fleet and Its Gallant Crews From 1940 to 1945.

Author Name: SEABROOK, William C.

Categories: 69,

Publisher: Holland-America Line, 0,:

Seller ID: 79990

Keywords: NAUTICAL DUTCH SHIPPING WAR HISTORY NETHERLANDS MERCHANT MARINE MERCANTILE ROTTERDAM,