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Waves of Hate - Naval Atrocities of the Second World War - cover

Waves of Hate - Naval Atrocities of the Second World War

Tony Bridgland

Publisher: Pen & Sword Military

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Summary

Whilst researching his earlier book Sea Killers in Disguise, the author unearthed a rich stem of incidents at sea which happened during the two World Wars that shocked and surprised him. This book is the result of further in-depth study covering the Second World War. It reveals a long catalogue of atrocities perpetrated not just by Germany and Japan but, sensationally, by the British and her Allies.Thanks to Tony Bridgland's meticulous research, into a wide variety of incidents at sea, makes for vivid and compelling, if uneasy, reading
Available since: 03/15/2001.
Print length: 224 pages.

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