BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC: End of a Lady

At last America's war with Japan has made us free to act. Now we shall see what our U-boats may achieve-Adolf Hitler last week.

The Canadian liner Lady Hawkins skittered across a slick, black ocean. Scarcely 100 yards away a U-boat reared up out of the sea for the brief space of 60 seconds. The raider fingered the Lady coldly with a pair of searchlights. Then the Lady Hawkins shuddered under the impact of a torpedo. Her forward mast crashed. Over on her side careened the 7,988-ton liner. Passengers and crew tumbled into the...

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