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107 BRITISH BATTLESHIP vs GERMAN BATTLESHIP: 1941-43
by Konstam, Angus
Compares and contrasts the design and development of opposing capital ships and describes the epic clashes on the high seas that ended with the destruction of the Kriegsmarine's major naval assets.
German side: The four key capital ships -- Bismarck, Tirpitz, Scharnhorst, and Gneisenau.
British side: King George V-class battleships -- King George V, Prince of Wales, Duke of York, Howe (late 1942), and Anson (late 1942).
Also: Nelson-class -- Nelson and Rodney
Battles include Battle of the Denmark Strait and pursuit of the Bismarck May 24-27 1941, and the Battle of the North Cape on December 26 1943.
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