Warren Stanley Tute (1914-1989) was Born in County Durham. He entered the Navy in 1932 and served on HMS Ajax and on the staffs of General Eisenhower and Earl Mountbatten and had and a part in the North African, Sicilian, and Normandy landings. He retired from the Navy in 1946.

After the war he was under contract to the late Ted Kavanagh of ITMA fame, writing for radio and television. Over 30 of his works have been published. World sales of his books were well over the million. At London Weekend Television he was Head of Scripts. He diedin Hartlepool.

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  Honours of War and Peace Scottish naval officer Samuel Greig is serving in the Russian Navy of Catherine the Great

Modern Era Naval Fiction

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1940 The Rock Gibraltar 1940. The story of Force H
WWII The Deadly Stroke A story of the battle where the British sank the French fleet at Oran
WWII The Cruiser HMS Antigone at the outbreak of war is sent to the Mediterranean
  The Admiral The career of Mark Hamerlock RN from 1897 to 1942

Modern Era Naval Non Fiction

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  The True Glory The Story of the Royal Navy over a Thousand Years

Modern Era Other Nautical Fiction

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  Leviathan A mighty liner is crossing the Atlantic on a last extravagant world cruise
  The Golden Greek The explosive novel of the world's most brutal business

Modern Era Other Non Fiction

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  Atlantic Conquest The Ships and Men of the North Atlantic Passenger Services 1816-1961

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