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|Statement||By Commander J....... Translated from the German ...|
|Series||U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence. Information from abroad. War notes; no. iii-iv.|
|LC Classifications||E714 .U58 no. 3-4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 pts. [38, 28 p.]|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||02003788|
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During the recent war the German protected cruiser Geier, Commander Jacobsen, was stationed in the West Indies, in the vicinity of Cuba, and was permitted to pass in and out of the blockaded ports. There has lately appeared in the Marine-Rundschau, of Berlin, an official publication, a series of "Sketches from the Spanish-American War, by.
Sketches from the naval battle of Santiago and occupation of Puerto Rico, by Commander Jacobsen, of the German protected cruiser Geier, given in the number of the War Notes [III], are a continuation of Sketches from the Spanish-American War, by the same officer, given in War Notes IV.
Washington: Government Printing Office, Original brown printed wrappers. 38 pages. Office of Naval Intelligence. War Notes No. III. Information From Abroad. Some chipping along spine, small sticker on front cover, a clean very good copy otherwise. Sketches from the Spanish-American War.
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Sketches from the naval battle of Santiago and occupation of Puerto Rico, by Commander Jacobsen, of the German protected cruiser Geier, given in this number of the War Notes, are a continuation of Sketches from the Spanish-American War, by the same officer, given in War Notes No.
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