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The Auxiliary Patrol
by E. Keble Chatterton (London: Sedgwick and Jackson, 1923)
ACPL Call Number GC 940.4101 AA1C

Contents:
Title Page
Preface
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
Chapter I - Introduction
Chapter II - How It Began
Chapter III - Carrying On
Chapter IV - Trawlers and Drifters
Chapter V - The Auxiliary Patrol and the Submarine Blockade
Chapter VI - At the Dardanelles and Elsewhere
Chapter VII - Mine-sweepers and Motor Craft
Chapter VIII - Submarines and the Auxiliary Patrol
Chapter IX - Small Ships and Great Undertakings
Chapter X - Submarines Versus the Auxiliary Patrol
Chapter XI - Raids in the Straits
Chapter XII - The Great Crisis
Chapter XIII - Destroyers of Drifters
Chapter XIV - Patrols and Convoys
Chapter XV - Patrol Adventures
Chapter XVI - The Fruits of Success
Chapter XVII - The Great Surrender
Chapter XVIII - The Operations Against Zeebrugge and Ostend
Chapter XIX - The Last Phase
Layin of the Tyne and Humber Minefields
Motor-boats Sent to the French and Belgian Waterways
Motor Gunboat Flotilla in the Eastern Mediterranean
Passage of M.L.'s from Portsmouth to the Mediterranean
Index

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