Without Peer. Sir William Clarkson KBE CMG (1859-1934) Enginer Vice-Admiral, Royal Australian Navy

By: Coulthard-Clark, Chris:

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Australian Scholarly Publishing 1st edition 2002. Hard cover dust wrapper 98pp some b&w photos and maps. Near fine. Presented to former owner by the author. After 20 years running the engineroom of the sole warship of South Australia's colonial navy, Clarkson's career suddenly took off. He became the Third Naval Member of the Naval Board which administered the new Royal Australian Navy, was promoted to Rear-Admiral soon after, and by 1918 was pre-eminent in the nation's maritime affairs, with acknowledged administrative and technical skills. Concise biography of the only engineer to reach the rank of Vice-Admiral.

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