by Warren Tute
World sales of his books were well Warren Tute was born in County Durham in 1914.
World sales of his books were well Warren Tute was born in County Durham in 1914. He entered the Navy in 1932, retiring in 1946, a career which included service on Earl Mountbatten's staff and a part in North African, Sicilian, and Normandy landings. After the war he was under contract to the late Ted Kavanagh of ITMA fame, writing for radio and television. Over 30 of his works have been published.
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Leviathan or The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common-Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil, commonly referred to as Leviathan, is a book written by Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679) and published in 1651.
Its name derives from the biblical Leviathan. The work concerns the structure of society and legitimate government, and is regarded as one of the earliest and most influential examples of social contract theory
The History of Whaling in America. Favorably located near migratory routes, Nantucket took the lead first in drift whaling and then in shore whaling, rowing out to harpoon leviathans swimming near the coast.
The History of Whaling in America. The island’s hardworking, business-minded Quaker settlers, relying on the local Indians as an abundant source of skilled labor, launched deep-sea hunting for the sperm whale and its three lucrative components: oil for clean lighting, spermaceti for medicinal elixirs and candles, ambergris as a fixative for perfumes.
Warren Tute was an English sailor, author and television executive. Foreign British Broadcasting Corporation television he originated The Commanding Sea series and wrote the book with co-author Clare Francis. He was born in 1914 in West Hartlepool, County Durham in the north of England and joined the Royal Navy in 1932, at one time serving on HMS Ajax. During the Second World War he served on Lord Louis Mountbatten's staff and took part in amphibious landings in North Africa, Sicily and Normandy.