Naval History Magazine - October 2002 Vol. 16 Number 5

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His teeth chattering, every limb trembling, Matthew sat upright in darkness on the hard wooden bench of a two-horse wagon, jolting along toward a rendezvous with death. He tugged the blanket that...

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