World War: Black Moons

The November moon—moon of the ancient Saxon "Blood Month"—swelled to full last week,* and with it grew the grimness of World War II at sea. Evidently Germany's submarine campaign had failed. She now resorted to a brand-new form of sea warfare, and a desperate gamble that it would pay off in tonnage what it was bound to lose her in neutrals' sympathy.

After a week of intensive damage to British and neutral shipping by submarine-laid mines along England's east coast, night witnesses on the forelands beheld sights never before seen outside of futuristic war...

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