NAVY GUN CREW by Lt. John F. U.S.N.R. Childs

NAVY GUN CREW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Can scarcely be considered as fiction in any sense, other than that the men are given fictional names, and dialogue is introduced to lend a feeling of vitality to a somewhat bald account of the functioning of the Navy men who are manning the guns of our merchant ships. For those interested in factual material as to types of guns, activities, relation between Navy man and men of the Merchant Merine, life on board, submarines encountered in the Atlantic, etc. This may prove of value as another facet in the many-sided view of the war.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1943
Publisher: Crowell