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|Statement||[by] L. A. Sawyer and W. H. Mitchell; drawings by John S. Lindsay.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, W. H. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||VM391 .S38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||72548925|
This book details the Liberty ships and the Emergency Shipbuilding Program during World War II. For the first time, comprehensive information is provided about the builders, the namesakes, and the operators under one cover/5(3). This text offers a comprehensive account of over "Liberty" ships constructed between and , describing their construction, service and fate/5. This book imparted the memories of a man was the Naval lieutenant in charge of the Naval Armed Guard on a Liberty ship in the Atlantic. It was an interesting book because the ship he served on was the same kind of ship we volunteer on and one of our friends was a Navy Armed Guard on a similar ship/5. "Liberty's War is very much worth reading by those who are interested in the Merchant Marine or World War II memoirs. It is a rare example of a junior officers' memoire that is informative and readable, giving us a detailed view of life on Liberty Ships hunted by U-boats, tossed about by Arctic gales and heavy seas, and attacked by Japanese aircraft/5(15).
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