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Gamp VC, The Wartime story of Maverick Submarine Commander Anthony Miers The Wartime story of Maverick Submarine Commander Anthony Miers, Izzard, Brian
1 Gamp VC, The Wartime story of Maverick Submarine Commander Anthony Miers The Wartime story of Maverick Submarine Commander Anthony Miers Izzard, Brian
England Haynes Publishing 2010 1844257258 / 9781844257256 Hardcover New 
Rear Admiral Anthony Miers VC - nicknamed 'Gamp' - was one of the Royal Navy's most controversial submarine commanders of the Second World War. Hot-tempered and incautiously spoken, he was notorious for his outbursts and those on the receiving end often ended up with a black eye, close-arrest or the sack - for some it was all three. After his death in 1985, allegations were made that Miers may have been responsible for war crimes in the Aegean in July 1941. He was soon named in the national press and there was a storm of controversy. Was Miers a war criminal? Author Brian Izzard relates his colourful war career and fully examines the war crimes allegation.; 1.02 x 9.21 x 6.38 Inches; 288 pages 
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Robert Ballard's "Bismarck"  Germany's Greatest Battleship Surrenders Her Secrets, Ballard, Robert D.
2 Robert Ballard's "Bismarck" Germany's Greatest Battleship Surrenders Her Secrets Ballard, Robert D.
England Haynes Publishing Group 2008 1844256677 / 9781844256679 Hardcover New 
"Titanic Team finds Bismarck!" ran the headlines on 14 June 1989, announcing Robert Ballard's discovery of Hitler's greatest battleship. He and his team photographed the Bismarck sitting proudly upright three miles below the surface of the Atlantic off the coast of France. Ballard recreates the unforgettable story of the war's greatest sea chase, which resulted in the Royal Navy sinking the Bismarck, and gives a dramatic first-person account of his hi-tech hunt for the Bismarck that culminated in its thrilling rediscovery - 48 years after it was sent to the bottom.; 1.1 x 7.64 x 5.04 Inches; 240 pages 
Price: 69.95 NZD
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Robert Ballard's Lusitania: Probing the mysteries of the sinking that changed history, Ballard, Robert
3 Robert Ballard's Lusitania: Probing the mysteries of the sinking that changed history Ballard, Robert
England Haynes Publishing Group 2009 1844256669 / 9781844256662 Hardcover New 
In May 1915, a German torpedo sank the sleek Cunard liner, Lusitania, taking 1,195 civilian lives. The sinking turned world opinion against Germany and the deaths of 123 American passengers was the first step in bringing the United States into World War 1. Rumours of conspiracies and cover-ups surround the liner, and over 80 years later she is still a ship of mystery. In 1993, Robert Ballard led an expedition to the wreck of the Lusitania off the coast of Ireland in search of answers. Ballard's conclusions are authoritative and provide a fascinating, definitive account of what happened on that fateful May afternoon.; Haynes Maritime; A4; 228 pages 
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Robert Ballard's Titanic: Exploring the greatest of all lost ships, Ballard, Robert
4 Robert Ballard's Titanic: Exploring the greatest of all lost ships Ballard, Robert
England Haynes Publishing Group 2008 1844256650 / 9781844256655 Hardcover New 
In April 1912 the magnificent new liner RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank beneath the icy waters of the North Atlantic. This is the compelling first-hand account of Dr Ballard's 12 year quest to find the sunken liner. With the help of rare archive pictures, charts, paintings and a 25 inch 'photo mosaic' of the ship, Ballard recounts the Titanic's fateful last night and describes the moment-by-moment drama of the expeditions that found and explored her. The exact location of the Titanic is revealed and, finally, many of the mysteries that have surrounded her tragic fate are laid to rest.; Haynes Maritime; A4; 240 pages 
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