The Loss of the Bismarck: An Avoidable Disaster By Graham Rhys-Jones 1999, First Edition Near Fine / Near Fine


Description First Edition, 1999. The battleship Bismarck, flagship of the German Fleet and one of the world's most formidable warships, was sunk by the British Home Fleet in May 1941, just seven days out on her first operational voyage. The loss of the Bismarck struck a fatal blow to Germany's plans for using heavy capital ships to disrupt the flow of Allied shipping. 255 pp
Author Rhys-Jones, Graham
Illustrator Photos/Map
Edition First Edition
Publisher Cassell & Co
Publisher Place UK
Publisher Year 1999
Binding  Hardcover

Book Condition

Dust Jacket Condition:

Near Fine

Near Fine

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