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  • Author:
    Percy F. Westerman
  • ISBN:
    1466326093
  • ISBN13:
    978-1466326095
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  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 30, 2011)
  • Pages:
    164 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Classics
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  • Rating:
    4.6
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Percy Francis Westerman (1876 – 22 February 1959) was a prolific author of children's literature, many of his books are adventures with military and naval themes.

Percy Francis Westerman (1876 – 22 February 1959) was a prolific author of children's literature, many of his books are adventures with military and naval themes. He was born in Portsmouth, England in 1876, and educated at Portsmouth Grammar School, before taking up a clerical appointment at Portsmouth Dockyard at the age of twenty. He married Florence Wager, of Portsmouth, in 1900. Always keen sailors, they spent part of their honeymoon sailing in the Solent.

Percy Westerman was a 20th century British writer best known for kids books, most of which are adventure stories involving naval or military themes.

If you enjoy the works of Percy F. (Percy Francis) Westerman then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection. Percy Westerman was a 20th century British writer best known for kids books, most of which are adventure stories involving naval or military themes.

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The Submarine Hunters : A Story of the Naval Patrol Work in the Great War. by Percy F. Westerman. He published a further three books in 1911, which were so successful that he gave up his Admiralty appointment that year to become a full-time author. The Submarine Hunters.

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Jonariara
An interesting book but probably intended for younger audience.
Unirtay
Didn't finish this one due to the simplistic dialogue and "Boys Own" style, however I think it would make a good read for juveniles, say those under 12yrs perhaps.
Beanisend
I could not believe that i could not put this book down.I was so rapt up in this story that i actually felt that I was on board the submarine and getting involved with the crews chores, It keeps you going and looking for more . I recommend this book very highly and deify any reader not to feel totally engrossed with this tale, congratulations Kindle on another gripping tale,regards grandpa bill.
saafari
This was not a book I would have normally read, but the title intrigued me. WWI story of adventures of the British navy. Like I say, different but worth the time to read it
WUNDERKIND
The cover and the text do not match. Not at all what I wanted. This is a fictional adventure for teenaged boys. In that light it is a fine book. I would have loved it when I was 16 and if the cover reflected the plot of the story. If you are looking for adult reading about WW1 ASW this book is on another planet.
Mopimicr
This book is not a Historical text but it is an adventure book for young boys growing up in that time period. Two 15 year old boys almost winning the u-boat war by themselves and capturing German spies as well? Fiction for sure. That not what I was expecting so that's why the lower rating.
Mikarr
Young adult book - a good yarn without subtlety.
Would be quite politically incorrect today.
I enjoyed this book as a piece of history. To often we read or hear of the big events that took place and don't appreciate the sacrifices and hardships of the real hero's of wars.