The War for the Seas: A Maritime History of World War II

The War for the Seas: A Maritime History of World War II

By Evan Mawdsley. The first major history of the Second World War at sea to take a radically international perspective

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Yale University Press London publishes scholarly and general non fiction works. It is renowned for its Art, Architecture and History lists and has also built important programmes in Politics, Science,...Yale University Press London publishes scholarly and general non fiction works. It is renowned for its Art, Architecture and History lists and has also built important programmes in Politics, Science, Literature and Economics.More

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