The thrilling but largely unknown story of the naval battle Britain fought deep inside China up the Yangtze River in 1949. In Part 2, HMS Amethyst remains stuck and a Chinese hostage. The dashing Assistant Naval Attache at Nanking, Lieutenant-Commander Kerans, is sent to take command. Can he extract the Amethyst from the enemy's grasp?
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Thumbnail: 'HMS Amethyst Breaks Out of the Yangtze River, 1 July 1949' by Commander Eric Tufnell, RN.