NORTH CAPE 1943: The Sinking of the Scharnhorst
On December 26, 1943, the Scharnhorst was finally brought to bay by the British Home Fleet, commanded by Admiral Fraser, and the battleship was eventually sunk with the loss of almost all her crew. This account documents the end of the Kriegsmarine's Arctic battle fleet and the threat it posed to the crucially important convoys. Well illus.
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