UNLUCKY LADY: the life & death of HMCS Athabaskan
Stittsville, Ontario: Canada's Wings, 1982. Blue cloth, colour endpaper illustration. pp (8), 198. Photos, maps, list of crew. Inscribed with a warm personal message by Burrow. Fine copy in VG jacket. "The story of the Canadian Tribal Class Destroyer, the HMCS Athabaskan. The ship was in service clearing the English Channel before the mainland invasion, and was sunk by torpedo in April 1944. Includes historic photographs and a list of the servicemen on board during her last patrol". The Athabaskan was sister ship to the famed Haida. 1.5 kg parcel.