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Blackout? It would ruin business, said the merchants. 6 WHEN DEFENSE WAS NO DEFENSE Admiral Andrews and his staff could add as well as could Admiral Doenitz. They knew the basic capabilities of the Type VII U-boats, and from Naval Intelligence they knew that the boats they faced must be Type VII because they (and the even bigger U-boats just in construction) were the only craft of the U-boat fleet capable of journeying across the Atlantic and returning without refueling. Andrews believed, in early February, that they were facing the second wave of U-boats.

The captain pressed a button. He heard a noise, and then a bar, complete with bottles, came sHding out of the paneling alongside the bed. He pressed a second button and found his whole bed moving. The bulkhead slid away, and the bed traveled through the space and came to a stop directly beside the bed of his executive officer in the adjoining cabin! It did not take long for the navy to rectify these military defects. dazzling than the rakish Aha were $2-million Mona and Miss William Boyce Thompson's Alder, which had carried a peacetime crew of ten.

HOYT condemned 508 acres of land for the naval Norfolk Golf and Country Club's clubhouse, nobody even whimpered. It wasn't the admirals' war any longer. It was America's air station, including the war. 8 OIL ON THE BEACHES With the dangers outside and the refusal of some ships* crews to go to sea, Admiral Andrews was forced to a new plan that would promise ships a degree of safety. He announced that henceforth ships would move "inside,'* making as much use as possible of inland waterways. Where that was not possible, the Eastern Sea Frontier would concentrate defense craft and keep all vessels close to the coast so the handful of aircraft could keep an eye on them.

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