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Moorland Publishing Co Ltd, Derbyshire, UK / Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland. 1984 1st edition. The English Channel is a very narrow between Dover and Calais in France and so was used by the Allies as the sae entrance to Europe. The Germans defended the strip with vigour throwing out mines, submarines and the pride of the fleet. The Channel saw many naval encounters, all recalled here with authority. Bears an ink salutation from a child to her dad. Nice crisp clean copy. Original dust jacket over red cloth covered end boards. 255pp. 240 x 160 mm