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German Capital Ships and Raiders in World War II

Volume I: From Graf Spee to Bismarck, 1939-1941

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German Capital Ships and Raiders in World War II by Eric Grove
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This is a compendium of seven Naval Staff Histories which deals with operations by major German surface units as follows: the destruction of the pocket battleship Graf Spee, by three Royal Navy light cruisers off the River Plate; the hunt for the Bismark; the Battle of the North Cape when Scharnhorst was sunk by HMS Duke of York in a snowy, night action; the escape of the Gneisenau and the Scharnhorst up the English Channel through British defences in the "Channel Dash"; the series of attacks on Tirpitz by aircraft carriers; long-range bombers and midget submarines in her Norwegian lair; and the predations of disguised merchant raiders such as the notorious Pinguin.
Release date NZ
April 29th, 2002
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
208
Dimensions
189x246x22
ISBN-13
9780714652085
Product ID
1684906

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