Count Luckner, the Sea Devil 1927

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 324 pages
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1927. This book lends a biographical account of the life of Count Luckner, the Sea Devil, the man who commanded the raider Seeadler. The Seeadler was a sailing ship that had broken through the British blockade and played havoc with Allied shipping in the Atlantic and Pacific during the latter part of the war. Luckner looked the part of a Sea Devil; he was a tall, massive man with huge shoulders and a voice that boomed like a foghorn.

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Lowell Thomas Jr. has taken part in some twenty expeditions. He is a mountaineer, a bush and glacier pilot, author, motion picture producer, and active in political affairs.

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