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240pp. With dust jacket Signed by author on title page. N° de réf. du libraire
Synopsis : This account of the battles fought by RAF Coastal Command against the German U-boats in the Bay of Biscay during 1943, includes the air battles between American aircraft and RAF fighters in combat with Ju88 fighters of KG/40, which flew over the Bay seeking out the anti-submarine aeroplanes.
Synopsis: During WWII, when the German U-boats surfaced while crossing the Bay of Biscay off the coast of France, they were often met with force from the RAF Coastal Command and American aircraft.
Titre : Conflict Over the Bay. Signed copy
Éditeur : Grub Street
Date d'édition : 1999
Reliure : Blue hardback cloth cover
Etat du livre : VG : in very good condition
Edition : Reprint.
Description du livre Hardback. État : Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. N° de réf. du libraire GOR005267441
Description du livre Grub Street, 1999. Hardcover. The odd page with the odd mark - otherwise clean, binding tight. A Good personal reading copy. *Please note* Former Library copy with usual stamps and markings, with front fly leaf removed. . Light wear to the book cover, edges and corners. UK seller, dispatched within 24 Hours Mon – Fri, except bank holidays, otherwise next business day – excellent service guaranteed.; 9.52 X 6.43 X 0.96 inches; 288 pages. N° de réf. du libraire P6184761000311K1171
Description du livre Grub Street, 1999. Hardcover. État : Very Good. Etat de la jaquette : Very Good-. Light edge wear to dust wrapper. Book itself is in very good condition throughout, looks unread. Unclipped dust wrapper has now been fitted with removable archive acetate film. Dispatched within 24 Hours Mon - Fri, except bank holidays, otherwise next business day - excellent service guaranteed. P650g; 288 pages. N° de réf. du libraire 2485
Description du livre Grub Street, UK, 1999. Hardcover. État : Fine. Etat de la jaquette : Very Good. Reprint. Minor mark to free end page. : Jacket: Light shelfwear ISBN: 1902304098. ISBN/EAN: 9781902304090. N° de réf. du libraire 7165
Description du livre Grub Street, London, 1999, 1999. 8vo. hardcover. 240pp. index, b/w illus. Very good, owner's details on fep. / Very good d/w. N° de réf. du libraire 53986
Description du livre Grub Street 2nd edition, London, 1999. 240 p., photos, map, appendices, biblio, index, 8vo; Fine/Fine dust jacket. N° de réf. du libraire 61664
Description du livre Grub Street, 1999. Hardcover. État : Used: Very Good. Hardcover, 1999 Grub Street London, in Very Good Condition, minor shelf/edge wear to DJ.Blue cloth boards with gilt titles.No notes or writing-All pages are bright,clean and crisp.momentous battles fought by the RAF and American aircraft against the U-Boats, Bay of Biscay May-August 1943.ISBN-1902304098.Thanks for supporting a small family business.LOC SSM-13. N° de réf. du libraire BJ-2UMI-7K39
Description du livre Grub Street, 1999. Hardcover. État : Very Good. Etat de la jaquette : Very Good. 2nd Edition. vg/vg, clipped dj,nice clean copy, MH/AV. N° de réf. du libraire 5311102
Description du livre Grub Street, London, United Kingdom, 1999. Hard Cover. État : Near Fine. Etat de la jaquette : Very Good. Updated and Revised from 1983 Edition. 240 pages with b/w illustrations. The story of those battles which raged between Coastal Command, American aircraft and U-boats in the Bay of Biscay, and of the air battles between long-range RAF fighters in combat with ju88 fighters of KG/40 which flew over the bay seeking out the anti-submarine aeroplanes. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. N° de réf. du libraire 006383
Description du livre London 1999, Grub Street, 2nd UK edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2, Fine/Fine condition, , 240 pages, well illustrated. . For the first three years of the war RAF Coastal Command's battle against the German U-boats had been long and hard. But with the Battle of the Atlantic at crisis point for the Germans. following developments in anti-submarine radar and in Leigh Light-carrying aircraft. Admiral Donitz was suddenly forced to change his tactics drastically. U-boats were most vulnerable when crossing the Bay of Biscay. coming and going from their French bases. Owing to the advances made in detection of U-boats sailing at night across the Bay. Donitz ordered his captains to sail on the surface in daylight and remain there and fight if attacked by Allied aircraft. This they did from May until the beginning of August 1943, singly at first and later in small groups for mutual protection. Almost immediately Coastal Command's crews were presented with a wealth of U boat sightings, leading to attacks and sinkings. The dangers to these crews were immense as they brought their large aircraft down to within 50 feet of their target in the face of tremendous cannon and machine-gun fire in order to drop their depth-charges./. This is the story of those battles which raged between Coastal Command, American aircraft and U boats in these waters, and of the air battles between long range RAF fighters in combat with Ju88 fighters of KG/40 which flew over the Bay seeking out the anti-submarine aeroplanes. With the help of many former aircrew members who were engaged in these operations, the author has pieced together an enthralling story of courage and tenacity during a brief but momentous period in the anti-submarine war.NB: Conflict Over The Bay originally appeared in 1986 and has been completely updated and revised for this new edition. N° de réf. du libraire 31922