THE DUTCH IN THE MEDWAY
Tells the fascinating history of the audacious raid on the Medway in June 1667, when the Dutch navigated the treacherous shoals and sandbanks of the Thames estuary and the Medway in order to attack King Charles's ships laid up below Chatham--one of the worst defeats in the Royal Navy's history. Color illus.
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