Pirates of Space by B.X. Barry:
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"STRATEGY is a very powerful factor in the successful maneuvers of warfare, as we know it at the present time. Often better than the strongest line of defense, or the most destructive weapons, is the careful study of the enemy’s condition and the discovery of its vulnerable spot. In fighting pirates of interstellar space in the future — when interplanetary travel has emerged from the field of speculation — probably fighting fundamentals, very similar to our own, will need to be followed, although destruction will be ever so much more complete and much swifter. In this story by a well-known writer — new to our pages — ingeniously thrilling situations occur, which help to make it an excellent tale of interplanetary significance."

('Pirates of Space' by B.X. Barry)

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