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The Sea-Devil's Fo'c'sle.

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  • ""This Sea Devil friend of mine, Count Luckner, is a character of increasing wonder and beguilement. He has been lecturing in the United States with unparalleled success these past two years, from the Atlantic to the Pacific and back again. Everywhere he is superbly unique, all that you would expect, and more, of a titled aristocrat who ran away from his father's castle as a boy, went to sea, lived for years the rude life of a sailor before the mast, became an officer in the German Imperial Navy and finally during the World War took an old windjammer through the British blockade and with it raided Allied shipping in the Atlantic and Pacific, until the ship was wrecked on the coral reef of an island in the South Seas" -- Preface."

  • "Powieść amerykańska"
  • "Personal narratives"
  • "Personal narratives"@en

  • "The Sea-Devil's Fo'c'sle."@en
  • "The sea devil's fo'c'slle /"
  • "The Sea Devil's fo'c'sle,"
  • "The Sea Devil's fo'c'sle,"@en
  • "The sea devil's fo'c'sle"@en
  • "The Sea Devil's Fo'c'sle. [Reminiscences of Count Felix von Luckner. With plates, including portraits.]."@en
  • "The Sea Devill's Fo'c'sle /"
  • "The sea devil's foćśle /"@en
  • "The Sea Devil's Fo'c'sle"
  • "The sea devil's fo'c'sle /"@en
  • "The sea devil's fo'c'sle /"
  • "The Sea Devil's fo'cs'le /"@en