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Hitler's Admirals book. G. H. Bennett is Associate Professor of History at Plymouth University.
Roy Bennett, his father, was a British merchant seaman from 1944 to 1948 and a lecturer at the University of Derby. They also are co-authors of Survivors: British Merchant Seamen in the Second World War. show more. Format Hardback 304 pages. Dimensions 159 x 240 x 1. 5mm 47. 7g. Publication date 01 Oct 2004. Publisher Naval Institute Press.
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Dr Bennett has written over a dozen books and is an Associate Professor at. .Foreword Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope. Introduction Dr G. Bennett.
Dr Bennett has written over a dozen books and is an Associate Professor at Plymouth University. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. PART I. Abbreviations. Together, the Royal Navy’s attempts to render the Tirpitz unusable – by deploying daring and imaginative raids, midget submarine attacks and Fleet Air Arm sorties – are as much inspirational as they are instructive.
Historian G. Bennett pieces together the forgotten story of a wartime German road-building project, which exterminated . He is the author of ten books including Hitler's Admirals and The RAF's French Foreign Legion. Bennett pieces together the forgotten story of a wartime German road-building project, which exterminated numerous Jewish and other lives. A moving and sometimes horrifying chronicle of suffering and deprivation, this book retells an important episode in the history of World War II. Product Identifiers. He lives in Cornwall and is a trustee of the Britannia Royal Naval College Museum. Country of Publication.