Henry H. Bell and Alexander S. Mackenzie died almost unnoticed on the faraway Asiatic Station

Hall, Ron
April 2000
Military History;Apr2000, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p22
Recounts some military events during the late 19th century. Details on the seizure of the merchant ship from the United States, Friendship; How the East India Squadron was established; Details on the death of Lieutenant Commander Alexander S. Mackenzie in 1867.


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