Battles won, ships lost and a contrast in common sense
NAVAL history concentrates on battles won, so the recent capture of a British naval RIB by a foreign power is an embarrassing exception to the yarn. On the other hand, merchant ship buffs seem to thrive on disaster, so that the Titanic ’s loss acquires iconic significance as an historical marker against which other events are set.
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