Life of a Q-Ship Captain

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Periscope Publishing Ltd., 2002 - 352 pages
Gordon Campbell remains one of the greatest of Britain's naval heroes. A born leader with an iron resolve, he became the most successful Q-Ship commander of all time, destroying 3 U-boats. He is best known for the heroic fight against UC71 where his Q-Ship Dunraven became a blazing inferno, but fought to the last. This action brought his ship's company a remarkable 41 decorations.

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Contents

EARLY DAYS
13
PACIFIC STATION
26
DESTROYERS
40
CHINA
53
BOYS TRAINING SHIP
67
WI EARLY DAYS OF THE WAR
81
QUEENSTOWN IN THE WAR
104
page
108
PUBLIC School CADETs
192
H M S IMPREGNABLE
208
ODDS AND ENDS
233
SouTH AFRICA
238
South AFRICA continued
254
South AFRICA continued
264
H M S TIGER
284
LECTURING
303

HolyHEAD IN THE WAR
121
HoLYHEAD IN THE WAR continued
138
WEST INDIES I54 XI WEST INDIES continued
171
EPILOGUE
341
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