SEA WAR 1939 - 1945.Translated from the original German 'Seekrieg'

By: Piekalkiewicz, Janusz

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SEA WAR 1939 - 1945.Translated from the original German 'Seekrieg' by Piekalkiewicz, Janusz
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Blandford Press. Dorset UK 1987. The dominance of the sea was as important in the Second World War as it had been in any previous conflict. Winston Churchill wrote that nothing had caused him more concern during 1939-45 than the U-boat threat in the Atlantic. while the nature of the Pacific was determined by that vast ocean. This book is an exhaustive chronological account of every theatre and every major event in which one of the combatant navies took part. 307 illustrations. Illustrated dust jacket over black cloth covered end boards. Near fine condition. 353pp. 265 mm x 185 mm.

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