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The John Day Company, New York 1942. Signed by the Author. The First comprehensive account of the naval war, including our opening battles in the Pacific. 'U'-Boats had penetrated Scapa Flow sinking the Royal Oak. The Pride of the German fleet Graf Spee and Bismark had been sunk. The Italian Navy had been decimated with the loss of all of its capital ships. However the allied fleets faired no better with the Ark Royal, Courageous, Glorious, Barham, Repulse, Prince of Wales and Hood out of the war, and Australia lost it's flagship Sydney. The Japanese having just bombed Pearl Harbour had sunk much of the American Pacific Fleet including the Arizona, all this within two years of the start of WW2. This book looks at the war up to 1941, written from daily records, using contemporary photographs, with no idea as to the out come of this conflict. Tatty nicked and sunbleached dust jackret otherwise good condition. Grey cloth covered end boards. 340pp. 210 x 135 mm