The Wolf How One German Raider Terrorised Australia and the Southern Oceans in the First World

By: Hohnen,Peter & Guilliatt, Richard

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Sent by Germany on a virtual suicide mission to the far side of the world, the Wolf was a formidable and ingenious commerce-raider. In one continual 64,000-mile voyage, the ship caused havoc across three oceans, launched Germany's first direct attacks on Australia and New Zealand and captured over 400 men, women and children. Surviving on fuel and food plundered from other ships, the Wolf became a world in miniature. An extraordinary adventure story drawn from personal recounts, 'The Wolf' is also a portrait of a world undergoing profound transformation. 366 crisp pp, 750 g for post, photo section amidships.

Title: The Wolf How One German Raider Terrorised Australia and the Southern Oceans in the First World

Author Name: Hohnen,Peter & Guilliatt, Richard

Categories: - WORLD WAR I, WEAPONS, FIREARMS, WAR, MILITARY, THE SEA, MARITIME, SAILING, SHIP TRAVEL,

Publisher: UK, Bantam Press: 2009

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Excellent

Jacket Condition: Excellent

Size: 24 Cm

Seller ID: 011038

Keywords: Hohnen Guilliatt Wolf U-boat War Submarine Australia,