Dead Wake The Last Crossing of the Lusitania epub
Dead Wake The Last Crossing of the Lusitania ebook
Author: Erik Larson
Publish Date: (March 22, 2016)
Publisher: Broadway Books; Reprint edition
Pages of Book: 480 pages (This may be different)
Genre: Engineering & Transportation, History
The world had been at war, the seas were fire; “not really,” that’s what captain William Thomas Turner had believed. He had tremendous faith in the defenses of his country and so there he was on the sea with one of the great transatlantic “Greyhounds,” the fastest liner of its time. The excellent strictures of warfare had kept civilian ships safe and sound for more than a century, so there was nothing to fear. William was a man of ideal spirit and while the WW1 had been going for ten weeks now, his ship was sailing to Liverpool and carried a huge amount of passengers.
Walter Schwieger had a determined spirit too, the captain of Unterseeboot-20 was out there, a German ship with the will to change the game. But U-20 had already been tracked and the British remained silent and both the ships belonging to nemesis countries made their way to Liverpool, disastrous events took place after that. In prospect of sheer oblivion and unbelievable danger, both the captains, one is the hunter and the other is the prey.
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