The Price of VALOUR

In a tragically short naval career, ‘meteor-like’ in its brilliancy, Willie Sanders waged war against enemy U-boats in a manner more akin to the Napoleonic era. But, as Steve Snelling reveals, the nerve-jangling nature of close-quarter Q-ship combat took a fearful toll of this most gallant of sea heroes.

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