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Collins, London 1982. The loss of the heavy cruiser HMS Edinburgh in the Barents Sea in May 1942 was one of the heaviest single blows in the long, thankless battering taken by the Royal navy in escorting the convoys to North Russia. Less than a fortnight later, another fine cruiser the brand new HMS Trinidad, went to the bottom in the same icy waters. Among her survivors was the author of the memorable and gripping story. With 18 photographs of the events, ships, survivors and combatants. Original dust jacket over green cloth covered end boards. Near fine condition. 200pp. 222 x 140 mm