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Published by Hale in London .
Written in English

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  • Fiction in English.

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Statementby John Griffin.
The Physical Object
Pagination200p. :
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15139743M
ISBN 100709155174
OCLC/WorldCa16361206

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KIRKUS REVIEW. The first full-length account of a tragic three-ship disaster on the southern coast of Newfoundland on Febru , when a convoy of American ships ran aground. A blinding snowstorm had bollixed the radar, and heavy seas in the area--plus a need for radio silence because of U-boats reported--fouled up communication between. The threat of slow starvation is still a real and present danger. With thousands of tons of vital supplies laying at the bottom of the World's oceans, the island race tighten their belts, venturing forth, ration book and ID card in hand, to draw their meagre rations. - Published on This is a great story, but Amazon has it categorized under Canadian history. While it is true that the heroes of Newfoundland saved many American sailors that day, this is ultimately an American story - The sailors stranded off the coast of Lawn, /5(7).   Buy Standing into Danger - eBook at Pickup & delivery The balance of the book is people facing danger with the usual (poor choice of words in a situation where death is a possible outcome) cast of heroes and others. A stark reminder of how people react to adversity under conditions of war.5/5(1).