Naval Reports: Shipping Intelligence Section, Ministry of Defence by Anon.

Naval Reports: Shipping Intelligence Section, Ministry of Defence by Anon. soon to be presented for sale on the outstanding BookLovers of Bath web site!

Published: London: His Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1940, Paperback.

Contains: Diagrams; Maps; Fold-out maps; Plans; List of Vessels under Control of Liner Section 1920; Report of Interrogation of Crew of Italian Submarine Durbo Sunk on 18th October, 1940, About 60 Miles East of Gibraltar; Interrogation of Prize Crews from Admiral Scheer and Gneisenau, Captured in March, 1941; Interrogation Report of Italian Prisoners of War, After Torpedo Attack on Gibraltar 1940; Report of Interrogation of Survivors from the Italian lafole Sunk Near Alboran Island, 20th October, 1940; Interrogation of Survivors of S38 Sunk at About 0225 on 20th November, 1940, in Position Approximately 12 Miles E. of Southwold; Report of Interrogation of Crew of Italian Submarine Naiade, Sunk on 14th December, 1940, Off the North African Coast; Report of Interrogation of Survivors of Italian Submarine Glauco, Sunk 27th June, 1941, by H. M. S. Wishart; Interrogation of Survivors of the German Battleship Bismarck. Sunk at 1037 on Tuesday, 27th May. 1941, in Position 48° 09 N. and 16° 07 W.; Sinking of Italian submarine Ferraris; Report of Interrogation of Survivors of Italian Submarine Calvi, Sunk 14th July, 1942, by H. M. S. Lulworth, in Position 30° 55 N. 20° 58 W.; Interrogation of Survivors Italian Submarine Baracca, Sunk on 8th September, 1941, By H. M. S. Croome in Position 40° 31 N. , 21° 15 W.; German Blockade Runner Irene; Report of Interrogation of Survivors of Italian Submarine Emo, Sunk 10th November, 1942, by H. M. S. Lord Nuffield, in Position 36° 50 N. , 02° 38 E.; Report of Interrogation of Crew of Italian Submarine Cobalto, Sunk by H. M. S. Ithuriel on 12th August, 1942, in Position 37° 41 N. , 10°00 E.; Interrogation of Survivors from Raider 33 (Pinguin), and of Other Raider Prisoners;

Poor. Most covers removed. All slightly dog-eared copy with varying degrees of rust to the staples.

Unnumbered pages. 13″ x 8¼”.

Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I charm you with my array of books shown in my Military Naval catalogue?

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