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Patrick Stephens, publisher, Wellingborough, Northants - ISBN:0850597684, 1986. hardcover, 8¼" x 11", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps stickers, etc. Barcode cut from ffep. Sound binding.VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Preface by Philip Ziegler. This book contains many dramatic, humorous and harrowing accounts of incidents during the short, hectic wartime career of HMS Kelly, including Mountbatten's own gripping description of her sinking by German dive bombers off Crete in May 1940. It also includes accounts by other survivors from the ship's last engagement, one of the most amazing being that of an engine room rating who was trapped when the ship capsized, but miraculously escaped.