Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1939. Octavo, green hardcover, vi, 334 pp. Some flecking affects the cloth, spine ends rubbed and worn, bowed, rear inner board hinge split but firm, dust jacket worn and torn; overall, a good copy. First edition - second printing dating June 1939.
The Wolf has become a legendary figure—a name connected with strange happenings at sea; but to most people it is only a name. The actual cruise was a shadowy, mysterious affair; and for many reasons the history of the cruise has remained equally vague. Briefly, this raider slipped out of Germany in 1916, and for fifteen months roamed the seas of the world depending for fuel and food on the captures she made. The author was a prisoner aboard the raider for the last nine months of the cruise. Item #2330
Price (AUD): $50.00