The Battle of The Atlantic – September 1939 – May 1943.
History of United States Naval Operations in World War II.
Author: Samuel Eliot Morison.
Little, Brown and Company, 1950.
3rd Printing, 1950.
Very Good Condition Considering Date of Publication. Scuffing on Boards and Spine. Minor Staining on Interior Boards. Text is Not Affected. Binding is Tight and Text is Clear and Bright.
Note: No Dust Jacket.
Quality – Hardback – with Thick Heavy Reinforced Covers and Heavy Strip Glue Binding. Text Printed on Medium Gauge Smooth Finish Coated Paper.
Format: 17 Chapters.
56 – Black and White Photographs with Detailed Captions.
30 – Detailed Black and White Charts / Illustrations with Detailed Information.
Losses of Merchant Shipping.
Monthly Sinking of German and Italian Submarines.
Arming of Merchant Vessels.
Minefields Laid by U-Boats in Western Atlantic 1942.
The Support Force Atlantic Fleet.
Index with Separate Call Outs For Combat Ships, Numbered Vessels and Merchant Ships.
Weight: 3.0 Pounds.
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