EPILOGUE Al Krauchunas and fifty or so men were able to get off the foundering ship. They clutched life rafts, floater nets, life jackets and whatever they could get their hands on. The wind blew them out of sight of the ship immediately and none saw the ship go down. The last they saw was […]NAQT — atthetable2015
EASTER FRIDAY, AS RED FRIDAY, IN AMERICA, April 2, 2021@17:24-As I have POSTED MANY TIMES BEFORE, during W.W.II/1939-1945, IN…ON THE HIGH SEAS, NAVAL SERVICE, WARSHIPS COMPLEMENTS…more than precisely JUST DO NOT TO HAVE TO CONFRONT THE AXIS/THE FOE/THE ENEMY, THEY ALSO HAVE THE WEATHER…MOTHER NATURE TO DEAL WITH!!! SOME OF THE STORMS, AND FOULEST WEATHER, IN WINTER, IN SPRING, IN FALL, and EVEN IN SUMMER; HAVE more than precisely HEART-BREAKING WITH SORROW…MADE MANY A LARGE WARSHIP, and MERCHANT VESSEL, FOUNDER…WITH SADLY, A VERY HIGH CASUALTY RATE!!!
Note: If I ever get my book SACRIFICIAL ST. CROIX PUBLISHED, my next PROJECT WILL BE WARSHIPS LOST DUE TO WEATHER, etc., ON THE HIGH SEAS!!!
Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.