Author:ALFRED FREDERICK BELL WOODHOUSE, COMMANDER ROYAL NAVY

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1911 + 1914 - 1915 SUPERB ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY HANDWRITTEN BY A KEENLY OBSERVANT AND DEDICATED DIARIST OF THIS BRITISH NAVAL COMMANDER'S SERVICE IN THE EARLY YEARS OF WORLD WAR I

By: ALFRED FREDERICK BELL WOODHOUSE, COMMANDER ROYAL NAVY

Price: $3,355.99

Publisher: ASEA, 1911

Seller ID: 0001529

Condition: Good+


On offer is the original pre-World War I and early commencement of the War manuscript diary of Commander Alfred Frederick Bell "AFB" Woodhouse Royal Navy. Entries date from June - August 1911 and May 1914 - April 1915 providing a unique pre-War commentary and then leading up to the actual conflict. Woodhouse begins on HMS Fantome off north west coast of Australia surveying: "...Shifted camp to Byron Islands for 4 days. Got there by 11am. Comber went away sounding in steamboat. I first saw the camp rigged up & then went away coastlining in 2 whaler......Away coastlining again at 7am... View more info