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Biggles is intrigued by means of a secret. provide ships were disappearing within the Indian Ocean and ahead of they sank they controlled to broadcast a last message. In all situations, after they said the notice "weather" it used to be misspelt as "whether". Biggles concludes that an analogous individual despatched the messages another way the twist of fate will be too nice. Biggles ways Colonel Raymond, now with Scotland backyard, yet previously with the Air Intelligence employees whilst Biggles was once in 266 squadron, to determine additional info. sooner than he understands it, Biggles is eating within the international workplace and starting up his rules approximately the right way to take care of the matter. Biggles is given a brief fee within the Royal Air strength with the rank of Air Commodore and his plans are implement. A decoy offer send has been despatched out referred to as the Bengal big name. A Royal military send referred to as the Seafret then follows this. Biggles, Algy and Ginger then keep on with on in an amphibian airplane named Nemesis. The plan is just too trap out whoever is attacking the British ships with the Bengal big name after which keep on with them to their base and release an RAF assault on it. issues get it wrong from the beginning whilst the Bengal famous person is instantly torpedoed and the group killed. Biggles manages to save lots of one survivor known as Ladgrove, even supposing he later dies, yet now not sooner than he's in a position to inform Biggles which course the submarine took on leaving. Exploring during this path, Biggles comes throughout a crashed aircraft. Algy and Ginger take off of their aircraft with a purpose to ship a sign to the Seafret yet a adversarial aircraft assaults them. Ginger manages to shoot it down prior to it will get them. assembly up with the Seafret and Biggles, additional casualties are suffered. At a council of battle, Biggles catches a secret agent who has come from a close-by junk. Biggles leads an assault at the junk and captures it. within, maps are chanced on which appear to point out that Elephant Island could be the enemy base and the junk was once taking additional offers to the Island. The junk is scuttled and its team marooned. Biggles and Ginger trigger on a recognisance project to Elephant Island. Splitting up, Ginger discovers a submarine base hidden in a collapse a cliff when Biggles is pursued via adversarial natives. either Ginger and Biggles get away to rendezvous with the Seafret however it doesn't arrive. Algy arrives within the Nemesis to assert that the Seafret has been torpedoed however the Captain controlled to seashore her to prevent her sinking. Biggles and Ginger go back to enquire the submarine base and discovering a provide of mines, they lay one within the front cave. even if, they're trapped by means of the unforeseen go back of a submarine, which units the mine off. Biggles and Ginger then have a determined struggle to get out of the enemy submarine base.

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