Warrior without weapons: an Army medic's life aboard the Queen Mary during World War II

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Griffing-Horne Press, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages

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One of the best books for historical types of books I have read, for those seeking to read for research to write such types of books. On some points its alot like the book called (The Hornets sting)

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THE QUEENS MEDICS
23
THE QUEENS WAR
39
PASSENGERS
53
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