Book ID: CBB784557978

Battleship Bismarck: a design and operational history (2019)


William H. Garzke (Author)
Jurens, William (Author)
Cameron, James (Author)
Julin, Robert O. (Author)

Naval Institute Press

Publication Date: 2019
Physical Details: 610
Language: English

This book is a marine forensics analysis and engineering study of the design, operation, and loss of Germany's greatest battleship, drawing on survivors' accounts and the authors' experience in naval architecture and naval operations. Battleship Bismarck has finally resolved some of the major questions such as, 'Who sank the Bismarck, the British or the Germans?' (Publisher)

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Review Steven A. Pomeroy (July 2020) Review of "Battleship Bismarck: a design and operational history". Technology and Culture (pp. 971-973). unapi

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Gold, Lorne W.
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Smith, Crosbie W.
Weierud, Frode
Schmaltz, Florian
Wolters, Timothy S.
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews
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Naval Institute Press
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I. B. Tauris
Harpia Publishing
Military technology
Ships and shipbuilding
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