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FIRST AID/EMERGENCY • MARITIME HISTORY: U.S. CIVIL WAR • U.S. NAVY IN WWII • GERMAN NAVY IN WWII
ISBN:978-0-87033-635-5•soft•$29.99
First Aid Afloat: Instructional Guide for
Handling Emergencies the Correct Way
Fabian Steffen.When onboard a seagoing
vessel, even minor accidents has the potential
to become life-threatening. Being prepared
and knowing essential first aid care can be
the difference between life and death. This
instructional guide offers a quick overview for
the correct way to provide first aid in case of
illness, burns, fractures, frostbite, hypothermia, and much more.
Size:9.125"x8.125"•61color illustrations•82pp.
ISBN:978-0-87033-636-2•soft•$24.99
Advanced First Aid Afloat
5th Edition. Peter F.
Eastman, John M. Levinson, M.D., Editor. Using layman’s
language and step-by-step instructions that take the
reader from diagnosis through treatment to follow-up
care. Photographs and diagrams, including lists of drugs,
also included a section on the unique needs of children.
Size:6"x9"•50color/bw illustrations•234pp.
ISBN:978-0-87033-524-2•soft•$16.99
The Boater’s Medical Companion
Robert S. Gould.
This selection is designed for those who need to know
how to deal with medical emergencies on board. The
book is clear, explicit, and spiced with anecdotes from
the authors own adventures afloat.
Size: 4.5"x7" • 20 bw illustrations • 128pp. ISBN: 978-0-
87033-402-3•soft•$6.95
MARITIME HISTORY
U.S. CIVIL WAR
The Confederate Steam Navy: 1861-1865
Donald L. Canney. The Confederate SteamNavy
is the first book-length study of the naval vessels
of the Confederacy, detailing their technology,
development, design, and construction. Illus-
trated with over 150 photos, plans, and period
engravings, it places the vessels in the context
of the transitional naval technology of the era.
Size:9.125"x8.125"•152color&bwphotos•192pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4824-2•hard•$39.99
U.S. NAVY IN WWII
Blue Seas, Red Stars: Soviet Military
Medals to U.S. Sea Service Recipients in
World War II
David A. Schwind. At the end of
the Second World War, the Soviet Union decorat-
ed 217 men of the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard, and
Merchant Marine who had performed “heroic
acts" during convoy and anti-submarine duties
in the Atlantic.The author identifies and tracks
down every remaining medal and captures the
stories of these brave men.
Size:9"x12"•629color/bw images•160pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4829-7•hard•$69.99
United States Naval Vessels: The Official
United States Navy Reference Manual
Prepared by the Division of Naval Intel-
ligence, 1 September 1945
. The manuals
in this book were used constantly as a standard
reference. The first part comprises the manual
entitled ONI 222-US: United States Naval Vessels.
The second part of this book is a study compiled
by the Statistical Section of the Officer of Naval
Intelligence, entitled The United States Fleet (from
Pearl Harbor to Oct. 1, 1945).
Size:8.5"x11"•1500bwphotos•672pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0090-3•hard•$75.00
American PT Boats in WWII
Victor Chun.
American PT Boats in WWII is an illustrated study
of the development, construction, tactics, and
combat actions, of U.S. PT Boats during WWII.
Size:8.5"x11"•200bwphotos•240pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-0256-5•hard•$59.99
American PT Boats in WWII • Vol.2
Victor Chun. Chun presents all new infor-
mation gleaned since the previous book’s
publication and includes never before
published drawings of PT 809, as well
as details on the use of Elcoplane used by
Elco PT boats to increase running speed.
Size:11.5"x9"•700photos•216pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3948-6•hard•$69.99
USS Saratoga (CV-3): An Illustrated History
of the Legendary Aircraft Carrier 1927-
46
John Fry. The Saratoga survived the 1922
Washington Disarmament Treaty’s cutting torch
through her conversion to the aircraft carrier. No
carrier, or ship, played a greater role in developing
the men and tactics that became naval aviation.
Size:8.5"x11"•200bwphotos•192pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0089-X•hard•$39.95
The Stone Frigate: A Pictorial History of the
U.S. Naval Shore Establishment, 1800-1941
Gina Nichols. The Stone Frigate: A Pictorial History
of the U.S. Naval Shore Establishment, 1800-1941
is a collection of historic images documenting the
history of the U.S. Naval Shore Establishment from
its creation in 1800 to 1941. The amazing historic
images show the naval shore establishment and
its role in supporting the fleet.
Size:9"x8"•356color/bwphotos•288pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4339-1•hard•$39.99
The Newport Naval Training Station: A Postcard
History
Federico Santi. Development of the Newport
Naval Training Station, still in use as Naval Station New-
port and The Navy War College, waxed and waned with
political forces and both world wars. Postcards and other
artifacts document physical changes over time, activities
of enlisted trainees, and images of stationed ships.
Size:9"x8"•215color/bwphotos•80pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4323-0•hard•$19.99
Spindrift: Stories from the U.S. Sea Services
Dan, Robert & Paul Gillcrist. The memoirs of three
brothers’ service in the USN and USMC.
Size:6"x9"•30bwphotos/drawings•288pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0590-5•hard•$24.95
GERMAN NAVY IN WWII
German U-Boat Ace Adalbert Schnee:
The Patrols of U-201 in World War II
Luc
Braeuer. Discover the incredible life story of the
German U-boat ace, Adalbert Schnee, who came
to symbolize the evolution of the German U-boat
arm during the Second World War.
Size:9"x12"•206photos•96pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4823-5•hard•$29.99
German U-Boat Ace Rolf Mützelburg:
The Patrols of U-203 in World War II
Luc
Braeuer. German naval officer Rolf Mützelburg
was one of the outstanding figures of the WWII
German U-boat arm. After having obtained
regular successes against the North Atlantic
convoys during his first four missions, he found
new victims directly along the shores of Canada.
Size:9"x12"•240photos•96pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4835-8•hard•$29.99
The German U-Boat Base at Lorient,
France, Vol.1: June 1940-June 1941
Luc
Braeuer. This first volume (of a four volume
series) on the German U-boats at Lorient, France,
covers the period from June 1940 to June 1941,
and reveals the evacuation of the port by the
French navy and the subsequent takeover by
the Kriegsmarine.
Size:9"x12"•621color&bwphotos•176pp.
SEAWISE EMERGENCY ACTION GUIDES AND SAFETY CHECKLISTS
FOR MOTOR & SAILING YACHTS
For Sailing Yachts
Size: 6" x 9" • 36 color images • 148pp.
ISBN: 978-0-87033-640-9 • spiral bound • $50.00
For Motor Yachts
Size: 6" x 9" • 32 color images • 142pp.
ISBN: 978-0-87033-639-3 • spiral bound • $50.00
The SeaWise Emergency Action Guides and
Safety Checklists are each available as a set
for motor and sailing yachts.These maritime
must-haves provide step-by-step, concise,
reliable plans for emergencies at sea that
require fast and effective action. Designed
for functionality, each set has two sides: an
Emergency Action Guide with instructions
for specific problems, from fire and floods
to man overboard and dangerous weather;
and Safety Checklists, used to prepare the
vessel and crew for voyages. A tab-based
flip book design makes the guides easy to
use for fast and effective responses, with
multi-tabbed sections covering a wide range
of topics and situations.Some sections allow
boat owners to customize the information
to their craft. The information is based on
extensive research and personal experience.The first of their
kind, these guides are printed on waterproof paper, packaged
in a plastic case with mounting strips, and ready to be placed
in an easily accessible location. They are designed for both
professional and recreational vessels.
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