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by Terence Robertson. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780450020148. This posed some problems, as, after Oran (Operation Catapult) the French were generally unwilling to deal with the British in most any capacity. However, the US had next to no naval presence in the med, hence the unusual solution described by the book's title.
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This book inspired the wonderful Captain America Winter Soldier movie and kicks off an amazing run of stories featuring Steve Rogers and a huge cast of characters. Highest possible recommendation. This is a great read. My Captain America re-read continues with "Two Americas" by Brubaker, Ross, Guice, & Magyar. Another good outing of Cap Bucky and the Falcon as they go up against the insane Captain America from the 1950's who replaced Steve while he was in deep freeze and believed to be dead.
128 results for two captains. SHIP WITH TWO CAPTAINS, Terence Robertson 1960 Berkley. Two Captains West Lewis and Clark Americana exploration vintage book illustrated.
The British submarine Seraph which occasionally sailed under the American flag (hence the title) was reserved for special missions. She rammed and torpedoed enemy subs, downed transports and scored a direct hit on a whale - but all this was incidental to her official purpose. It was the Seraph that ferried Mark Clark to North Africa when the Allies sought French cooperation for the impending invasion and later carried Giraud out of France to lead the anti-Vichy forces. The corpse celebrated in the Man Who Never Was entered Spanish waters aboard the Seraph.
Terence Robertson has written: 'Crisis' - subject(s): History, Suez Canal. The ship with two captains' - subject(s): Naval operations, World War, 1939-1945, Seraph (Submarine). Channel dash' - subject(s): Gneisenau (Battleship), Naval operations, Scharnhorst (Battleship), World War, 1939-1945. Walker, . ' - subject(s): World War, 1939-1945, Naval operations, British, British Naval operations. Crisis: the inside story of the Suez conspiracy' - subject(s): History. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights.