Battles With The Sea
Sometimes our gallant lifeboat-men when called into action go through a very different and not very comfortable experience. They neither gain a glorious victory nor achieve a partial success, but, after all their efforts, risks, and exposure, find that their services are not required, and that they must return meekly home with nothing to reward them but an approving conscience!
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I would like this man I'm sure. He is so passionate about everything. This book is written in support of the Lifeboat Institution and is full of fact about that institution in the year 1881. It is ... Read full review