Decoys: A Tale of Three Atlantic Convoys 1942
The Royal Navy’s role during World War I denying Germany access to the sea, trade, and vital resources was crucial to helping Britain win the war on the Western Front. The ‘Northern Blockade’, located across the inhospitable waters between Iceland and Scotland, was to bring the German economy to its knees and destroy her home front morale. Likewise, the Royal Navy’s success in negating Germany’s attacks on British commerce prevented much suffering in Britain.
Bernard Edwards pursued a sea-going career commanding ships trading worldwide. After nearly forty years afloat Captain Edwards settled in a tiny village in rural South Wales, to pursue his second career as a writer. His extensive knowledge of the sea and ships has enabled him to produce many authentic and eminently readable books which have received international recognition.
Pub Date: 2017
Size: 6.50 x 9.25 inches