|Naval Warfare in the English Channel 1939-1945 |
Smith. Throughout Great Britain's history, the English Channel has provided a natural defensive barrier, but never was it more important than in World War II. This book examines how the Royal Navy defended that vital seaway from the early days of the Dover Patrols through the Dunkirk evacuation, the raids at Dieppe and St. Nazaire, the escape of the German battle fleet, the Normandy landings, and the liberation of the Channel Islands. 256 pages, 35 B&W photographs, 6"x 9", hardcover.
|Under the Red Duster |
The Merchant Navy in World War II.
Lewis. This book, a fascinating collection of previously untold tales, relays extraordinary incidents involving British merchant ships and their sailors. You'll read about the horrors of destruction and survival in the mid-Atlantic, lightly armed trawlers and tramp ships taking on - and defeating - U-boats, and more. 192 pages, 6¼"x 9½", hardcover.
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