Mimi And Toutou Go Forth by Giles Foden

Mimi And Toutou Go Forth

Giles Foden

nonfiction history adventurous slow-paced

319 pages | first published 2004


At the start of World War One, German warships controlled Lake Tanganyika in Central Africa. The British had no naval craft at all upon 'Tanganjikasee', as the Germans called it. This mattered: it was the longest lake in the world and of great str...
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