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Peter Hohnen was a partner in a prominent Canberra law firm for 20 years. A commander in the Royal Australian Naval Reserve for two decades, he was posted to Cambridge University in 1999 to study the law of the sea and the laws of armed conflict as a visiting fellow at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. His great-uncle, Alexander Ross Ainsworth, was chief engineer aboard the steamship Matunga when it was captured by SMS Wolf in August 1917.

The Wolf Peter Hohnen, Richard Guilliatt

The true story of an epic voyage of destruction in World War One. ONE OF THE MOST ACCLAIMED NAVAL HISTORY TITLES OF 2009 IS OUT NOW IN PAPERBACK.

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