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Patrick Bishop The Hunt for Hitler's Warship (Paperback)
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Patrick Bishop

The Hunt for Hitler's Warship (Paperback)

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Winston Churchill called it "the Beast." In The Hunt for Hitler's Warship, Patrick Bishop tells the epic story of the men who would not rest until the Tirpitz lay at the bottom of the sea. In November of 1944, with the threat to Russian supply lines increasing and Allied forces needing reinforcements in the Pacific, a raid as audacious as any Royal Air Force operation of the war was launched, under the command of one of Britain's greatest but least-known war heroes, Wing Commander Willie Tait. Patrick Bishop draws on decades of experience as a foreign war correspondent to paint a vivid picture of this historic clash of the Royal Air Force's Davids versus Hitler's Goliath of naval engineering.

  • Patrick Bishop
  • ISBN-13: 9781621572909
  • Publication date: 5/4/2015
  • Pages: 416
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Winston Churchill called it "the Beast." In The Hunt for Hitler's Warship, Patrick Bishop tells the epic story of the men who would not rest until the Tirpitz lay at the bottom of the sea. In November of 1944, with the threat to Russian supply lines increasing and Allied forces needing reinforcements in the Pacific, a raid as audacious as any Royal Air Force operation of the war was launched, under the command of one of Britain's greatest but least-known war heroes, Wing Commander Willie Tait. Patrick Bishop draws on decades of experience as a foreign war correspondent to paint a vivid picture of this historic clash of the Royal Air Force's Davids versus Hitler's Goliath of naval engineering.

  • Patrick Bishop
  • ISBN-13: 9781621572909
  • Publication date: 5/4/2015
  • Pages: 416
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