IN WORD AND PICTURE
by John H Marsh
This is the first of a series of booklets recording the more notable
events concerning South Africa in the war at sea.
The end of the war enables some of these stories to be told for the first time. Few of the photographs, either, have previously been published. Except where otherwise stated, they are from the collection of the author or from official sources.
Anyone possessing good photographs, preferably action ones, that might be suitable: for inclusion in this work, is invited to communicate with the author, care of the publishers.
A list of subjects which are to be included in the next and subsequent booklets will be found on the back page.
J.H.M., Cape Town.
In Future Booklets
Among the events which it is hoped to illustrate and describe in the next or subsequent booklets in this series are those concerning the following ships:
QUEEN MARY, EMPRESS OF BRITAIN, AQUITANIA, CARNARVON CASTLE, CORN WALL, DRAGON, PRINCE OF WALES, EAGLE, LLANDAFF CASTLE, ASTRIDA, ANDES, CITY OF NEW YORK, ADOLPH WOERMANN, WINDSOR CASTLE, COMORIN, DUNEDIN STAR, ADOLF LEONHART, SOUTHERN FLOE, SHROPSHIRE, ABA, ORCADES, UNIWALECO, EMPRESS OF CANADA, LACONIA, RENOWN, and many others.
It is hoped also to make these booklets available in detachable postcard form.
(Note - These further booklets were not published - Mike Marsh)
"No Pathway Here" The Annexation of Prince Edward and Marion Islands
John Marsh Maritime Collection A collection of 18000 photographs taken by John Marsh from 1920 of ships calling at Cape Town