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By C. S. Forester

Those exciting stories of high-seas event within the Napoleonic period, which Winston Churchill chanced on "vastly entertaining" and Ernest Hemingway suggested to "every literate I know", are being eagerly embraced via a brand new iteration of readers. again Bay takes excitement in reissuing those vintage stories in good-looking new exchange paperback editions.
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Com Published and distributed in the United States of America and Canada by Naval Institute Press 291 Wood Road Annapolis, Maryland 21402-5034 This edition is authorized for sale only in the United States of America, its territories and possessions and Canada. First Naval Institute Press eBook edition published in 2016. ISBN 978-1-59114-398-7 (eBook) British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission in writing of both the copyright owner and the above publisher.

33 A signal from the Admiralty at 11:39 asked if conditions were suitable for making a hole in the stern to rescue the crew. The answer, twenty minutes later, was that the stern was not high enough for that. Captain Oram added in another signal at 12:35 that, when pontoons arrived, he would see to it that the stern was lifted ‘with a view to cutting a hole’. 34 It is clear from these signals that the Admiralty had no objections to drilling a hole in the hull as long as there was any chance at all that there were men alive inside the submarine.

The four men struggled furiously to get out and, probably through trying to open the hatch too early, succumbed to a horrible fate. When the chamber eventually was drained down after quarter of an hour, three of the men were dead and the fourth was dying. Leading Stoker Walter Arnold told the board of inquiry: Thetis has just been found in the morning of 2 June. (Author’s Collection) We dragged the three bodies back into the boat and helped the other chap out, and he was just about finished. 28 Derek Arnold, his son, told author David Roberts in an interview in 1998: My dad figured, well, I’m going to die, possibly, down here, I’d sooner die trying to escape rather than just waiting for it to come.

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