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Utterly foxed and infuriated British Admiralty in a daring game of cat and mouseThis rip roaring World War I story depicts a life of espionage counterespionage and piracy of the most gentlemanly kind. This true obscure story of Atlantic raiding ships is an interesting aspect of a different WW1 war story The captain is dashing and German and the crew are very successful in capturing enemy ships The book is well researched and the tale is well documented and reveals a different and perhaps exaggerated naval adventure

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 The Sea Devil: The Adventures of Count Felix von Luckner, the Last Raider under Sail

In 1916 a three masted windjammer bearing Norwegian colors sailed out of a uiet anchorage in Germany loaded with cargo and apparently bound for Australia Her true mission was uite differentThe ship wa. Book was in great shape And it is an excellent read

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S in fact the SMS Seeadler commanded by swashbuckling German aristocrat Felix von Luckner Over an epic voyage he used cunning and deception to destroy fourteen merchant ships all the while evading the. Great Book


11 thoughts on “ The Sea Devil: The Adventures of Count Felix von Luckner, the Last Raider under Sail

  1. says:

    I had read Luckner's own account years before, and was curious as to how many of his incredible adventures were true. Alas, some of my favorites were not, but many were. For the first time his adventures are put into a historical perspective, which makes them even incredible. Terrific book we need research like this

  2. says:

    Book was in great shape. And it is an excellent read!

  3. says:

    a great biography about one of Germany's heroes of ww1

  4. says:

    Great book

  5. says:

    Very good author. Very good book. Library book. No purchase. Author is obviously in love w his topic. The sea, sailors, schooners, etc. And it shows! He does go a lil overboard, pardon the horrendous pun, however, in his description o

  6. says:

    Great Book

  7. says:

    Good book, not the very best of them all, but still worth its price.

  8. says:

    good service book as described

  9. says:

    This true obscure story of Atlantic raiding ships is an interesting aspect of a different WW1 war story. The captain is dashing and German and the crew are very successful in capturing enemy ships. The book is well researched and the tale is well documented and reveals a different and perhaps exaggerated naval adventure,

  10. says:

    A fascinating piece of history and account of human endeavour, and unexpected details of naval wartime.

  11. says:

    great book everything as I had expected