Captain Charles Fryatt (Book) Review
by Warfare Magazine
Publisher: Amberley Publishing
Author: Ben Carver
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Captain Charles Fryatt: Courageous Mariner of the First World War is a fascinating insight into the life of Captain Fryatt written by author and transport historian Ben Carver.
As 2016 marks the centenary of Fryatt's execution in July, this is a timely and unique title that would be if interest to those who follow maritime history as well as military history.
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