History / History & Prediction  -Military / The British navies in the Second World War by W. M. James W. M. James Longmans 1946, first edition: blue cloth hardcover: approx 5.5 x 9 inches tall: 255 pages: 22 black and white maps and plans including fold-out. Synopsis: A detailed account of Maritime Operations during the Second World War. Contents:Atlantic Ocean and Narrow Seas, April- June, 1940: Fruitess Attempts to Halt German Advance in Europe, April 9-20 1940: British Navies on the Defensive in All Seas, Jan.-June 1942:The War Spreads to the Mediterranean June- Dec. 1940: German Air and Land Forces Threaten Our Position in the Mediterranean,and the Threat to Our Trade Routes Increases Jan.- Feb. 41: Battle Rages Continuously in the Mediterranean with Heavy Losses, as the Threat to Our Trade Routes Increases, March-June 1941: The Allies Exploit Seapower and Take the Offensive in North Africa July -Dec. 1942. The Crisis in the Battle of the Atlantic is Reached and Passed Jan.1943-1943: the Allies Press the Offensive into Italy and the Trade- Route Defence Forces Augment their Offensive against the Submarines, July- Dec. 1943: The Allies Take the Offensive in Normandy which Culminates in the Surrender of Germany and the British Fleet Turns to the Offensive in the Far East January 1944- May 1945: United States, British and Australian Forces Continue to Press the Offensive against Japan Jan.- Sept.1945: A Review of the Maritime Operations and Their Influence on the Future of Sea -power. Appendix A: Strength of the Principal Navies in September 1939 . Appendix B: Ships built in British Empire and ships lost during the war. Appendix C: Personnel of the British navies in 1939 and 1944. Appendix D: British Pacific and East Indies Fleets on V.J.Day, August 1945. Condition: no dust jacket: cover shelf-faded: gift inscription: endpapers foxed: extreme upper corner page ix missing: overall clean and good. used books
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  • Book Title: The British navies in the Second World War
  • Author: W. M. James
  • ISBN: mw0010021200
  • Publisher: Longmans
  • Year Published: 1946
  • Our Normal Price: £20.90 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Longmans 1946, first edition: blue cloth hardcover: approx 5.5 x 9 inches tall: 255 pages: 22 black and white maps and plans including fold-out. Synopsis: A detailed account of Maritime Operations during the Second World War. Contents:Atlantic Ocean and Narrow Seas, April- June, 1940: Fruitess Attempts to Halt German Advance in Europe, April 9-20 1940: British Navies on the Defensive in All Seas, Jan.-June 1942:The War Spreads to the Mediterranean June- Dec. 1940: German Air and Land Forces Threaten Our Position in the Mediterranean,and the Threat to Our Trade Routes Increases Jan.- Feb. 41: Battle Rages Continuously in the Mediterranean with Heavy Losses, as the Threat to Our Trade Routes Increases, March-June 1941: The Allies Exploit Seapower and Take the Offensive in North Africa July -Dec. 1942. The Crisis in the Battle of the Atlantic is Reached and Passed Jan.1943-1943: the Allies Press the Offensive into Italy and the Trade- Route Defence Forces Augment their Offensive against the Submarines, July- Dec. 1943: The Allies Take the Offensive in Normandy which Culminates in the Surrender of Germany and the British Fleet Turns to the Offensive in the Far East January 1944- May 1945: United States, British and Australian Forces Continue to Press the Offensive against Japan Jan.- Sept.1945: A Review of the Maritime Operations and Their Influence on the Future of Sea -power. Appendix A: Strength of the Principal Navies in September 1939 . Appendix B: Ships built in British Empire and ships lost during the war. Appendix C: Personnel of the British navies in 1939 and 1944. Appendix D: British Pacific and East Indies Fleets on V.J.Day, August 1945. Condition: no dust jacket: cover shelf-faded: gift inscription: endpapers foxed: extreme upper corner page ix missing: overall clean and good.
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  • Binding: Hardback
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