About this book
Subtitled, "The Bizarre Battle Of Lake Tanganyika". Investigates the most extraordinary exploit of World War II, when a strange crew of 28 were deployed from Britain to take control of the longest lake in the world, a great strategic advantage.
It was the First World War and Britain was in trouble. Kaiser Wilhelm had put two warships on Lake Tanganika in Central Africa, giving him control of the region, and it was vital for Britain that those ships be destroyed.