Sea Devil

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Felix Von Luckner - Bibliography
... Bromby, Robin, German Raiders of the South Seas, Doubleday ... Fraser, Eleanor, "Count Felix von Luckner and the ' Pinmore', Sea Breezes 66, 1992, pp ... Henry, Howard, "The Sea Devil came Calling" --- Count von Luckner and his visit to Aitutaki August/September 1917 ...
Wilhelm Bauer - The Seeteufel ("Sea Devil") Submarine
... built his second submarine, the Seeteufel (Sea Devil) in St ... first boat’s disaster, Bauer provided the Sea Devil with a newly invented rescue device the diver’s chamber ... The Sea Devil proved to be a very good design ...
British S Class Submarine (1931) - General Characteristics - Third Group
... those ordered under the 1939 War Emergency, 1940 and 1941 Programmes (except Sea Devil and Scotsman), plus the Sturdy and Stygian of the 1942 Programme these carried an external stern torpedo tube ... The second subgroup were boats of 814 tons, comprising the Sea Devil and Scotsman of the 1941 Programme, plus those ordered under the 1942 and 1943 Programmes (except Sturdy ... HMS Seadog HMS Sibyl HMS Sea Rover HMS Seraph HMS Shakespeare HMS P222 which was lost before a name could be alloted to her ...
Sea Devil - Other
... The Hamburg Sea Devils, a gridiron football team The athletic teams of Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington, North Carolina Devil's Sea, an area of water south of Japan Sea ...
HMS Sea Devil (P244)
... HMS Sea Devil was an S-class submarine of the Royal Navy ... has been the only ship of the Royal Navy to bear the name Sea Devil ...

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    Steam was till the other day the devil which we dreaded. Every pot made by any human potter or brazier had a hole in its cover, to let off the enemy, lest he should lift pot and roof and carry the house away.
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    The human heart is like a ship on a stormy sea driven about by winds blowing from all four corners of heaven.
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