Flagship Hood - The Fate of Britains Mightiest Warship

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An account of the battle cruiser HMS Hood, reputed to be the most powerful and luxurious warship in the world until its destruction in the Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. Briggs, one of only three men out of 1400 who survived the attack, describes the myth of HMS Hood and the final months on board.
An account of the battle cruiser HMS Hood, reputed to be the most powerful and luxurious warship in the world until its destruction in the Denmark Strait on 24 May 1941. Briggs, one of only three men out of 1400 who survived the attack, describes the myth of HMS Hood and the final months on board.
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Author Alan Coles
Published 1985
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 15x22
Pages 269
Weight (g) 510.0000
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