CHANNEL FIRING, the Tragedy of Exercise Tiger - the D-Day Exercise that went Horrifyingly Wrong

By: Nigel Lewis

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CHANNEL FIRING, the Tragedy of Exercise Tiger - the D-Day Exercise that went Horrifyingly Wrong by Nigel Lewis
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Penguin Books, London, 1990. paperback, 7.75" x 5. Book in VERY GOOD condition. 18 b/w photographs, postscript, bibliography, index. Nigel Lewis has uncovered a terrifying tale of incompetence, cover-ups, hasty midnight burials & perhaps official misrepresentation following a German E-Boat attack on practising US landing craft.

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