I believe this was first published in 1952. Was this the book Thomas has mentioned as being the inspiration for the title. I can only guess it is. It's still being published by this UK publisher. Great Video by the way!
SpaceIntruderDetector wrote:That would be a cool thing for him to autograph, besides I like to read miltary history books anyway. I have not read one yet about submariners and this one sounds like a real page turner.
SpaceIntruderDetector wrote:Wow! Now that is a find there. Boy that cover just about sums up that tune. Thanks Mr. MM . Is that your copy ? Man you got to get Thomas to autograph that thing!
Keith Was wrote:I subscribed to the Thomas Dolby podcast at iTunes on 11/8/06. However, neither the Leipzig nor Submarines podcasts auto downloaded. Are they on iTunes yet?
wadcorp wrote:Keith Was wrote:I subscribed to the Thomas Dolby podcast at iTunes on 11/8/06. However, neither the Leipzig nor Submarines podcasts auto downloaded. Are they on iTunes yet?
My iTunes podcast updated just fine when I logged on this morning (after the holiday weekend here in the States).
"Submarines" downloaded immediately.
michaelmaclauchlan wrote:michaelmaclauchlan wrote:
Just got my copy from the library (this 1952 version) and started to read/enjoy this book much !
Was Uncle Stephen's sub the "HMS Storm"? (I have not got to that part yet...)
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