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Hellfire in Tripoli
Hellfire in Tripoli Edwin Palmer Hoyt 0783888333 9780783888330 Lt. Stephen Decatur, U.S.N., was the captain of one of two small American ships anchored off the seaport city of Tripoli on a February night in 1804. For years, the Ba
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Hellfire in Tripoli by Edwin Palmer Hoyt

Lt. Stephen Decatur, U.S.N., was the captain of one of two small American ships anchored off the seaport city of Tripoli on a February night in 1804. For years, the Barbary Pirates had been based here, a plague to shipping. Now they had captured an American frigate, imprisoned her captain, and planned to use the ship against the Americans! But Decatur had planned well for this mission. Here is the true, exciting and dramatic story of Decaturs exploits that cold winter night -- exploits which Lord Nelson called the most daring of the Barbary War. No one thought he could achieve his goals and live to fight again ...

Author: Edwin Palmer Hoyt

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 190

Publisher: G K Hall & Co

Publication Date: 2000-01-01

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