They Go To Sea: The Story of an American Merchant Ship and the Battle of the Atlantic in WWII

Nazi U-boats in a feeding frenzy are sinking dozens of ships along the US East Coast and out to sea. On his second convoy run to England from New York, young Ken Mason and his shipmates must now face the U-boat menace in the North Atlantic for the second time. His ship, damaged in a storm, however, has turned around steaming for Nova Scotia and repairs. She is alone on the dangerous high seas. More

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Words: 84,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301578856
About David Arturi

As a World War II U.S. Navy radioman and veteran, the author studied maritime radio theory and operation further under the G.I. Bill. Thereafter, as Merchant Marine radio officer he shipped out for 43 years and sailed to more than 100 countries and places on these voyages, every one of which was more adventurous than the previous one.

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