The Brighton Boys with the Submarine Fleet

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1st World Publishing, Sep 20, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 180 pages
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Wanted: young men to enlist in Uncle Sam's submarine fleet for service in European waters. The magic words stood out in bold type from the newspaper that Jack Hammond held spread out over his knees. Underneath the caption ran a detailed statement setting forth the desire of the United States Government to recruit at once a great force of young Americans to man the undersea ships that were to be sent abroad for service against Germany.
 

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Contents

GOODBY BRIGHTON
7
DOWN IN A SUBMARINE
15
SEALED ORDERS
21
SOMEWHERE IN THE NORTH SEA
27
THE GERMAN RAIDERS
35
RAMMED BY A DESTROYER
43
IN A MINE FIELD
51
A RESCUE
58
THE HUMAN TORPEDO
102
IN THE WIRELESS STATION
108
UP FROM THE DEPTHS
116
IN THE RATS NEST
124
CAPTURING A UBOAT
131
THE MOTHER SHIP
139
TRAPPED
146
YANKEE INGENUITY
151

VIVE LA FRANCE
65
ATTACKED FROM THE SKY
71
IN THE FOG
79
YANKEE CAMOUFLAGE
84
THE SURVIVORS
90
ON THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
96
OUT OF THE NET
156
INTO ZEEBRUGGE
160
CHLORINE GAS
166
THE STARS AND STRIPES
172
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