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World famous naval warfare novelist, C.S. Forester, followed the action of WW 2 with the astute eye of a historian as well as the vibrant pen of a storyteller attuned to both the events that made headlines as well as the behind-the-scenes of human triumphs and errors that shaped the outcome of the war.
Readers will revisit D-Day — a triumph of intelligence, coordination, and secrecy — thrill to the sinking of the German battleship Scharnhorst in the freezing Arctic seas, marvel at the ingenuity and daring of the British midget submarines and the men who penetrated the defenses of the heavily guarded German warship, Tirpitz.
Articles from WW2, Atlantic Theater is complete with photos of battle scenes, RAF reconnaissance maps, battle scenes, and the men and ships that made it happen. Originally published separately in the Saturday Evening Post during WW 2, this rare collection of articles about the Atlantic Theater is available for the first time in digital form only from eNet Press.
Post Script -- Mar, 1944
How the British Sank the Scharnhorst -- Mar, 1944
The Sinking of the Scharnhorst -- 1942
How the Midgets Hit the Tirpitz -- Jun, 1944
History's Biggest Gamble -- Aug, 1945