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Book Club Associates. London. 1975. In May 1941 the German battleship Bismarck, at that time the most formidable fighting ship afloat, escaped into the Atlantic. Her presence there posed a fearful threat to the convoys that kept Britain alive. Nearing Brest, aircraft from Ark Royal launched an eleventh hour attack on her, smashing her rudders, the crippled battleship was cornered and sunk. The pursuit had covered over two million square miles, it ranged from the Baltic to the Arctic to the Bay of Biscay. Nearly 4,000 British and German sailors died. It was one of the great naval battles of all time. Shelf worn dust jacket. Blue cloth covered end boards. 239pp. 202 x 130 mm