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AUPHAN, Paul, Rear Admiral and Jacques MORDAL. The French Navy in World WarII. Translated by Captain A.C.J. SABALOT. Annapolis, Md.: United States Na val Institute, (1959). Pp. [i]-xvi,(2),1-413,(1). Illustrated with 24 pagesof plates. 8vo, blue cloth covers with white lettering to spine. Chapters: 1. The Naval Tradition of France; 2. The Navy on the Eve of the Second Wor ld War; 3. The Opening of Hostilities; 4. Protecting the Sea Lanes; 5. In Search of a Strategy; 6. The Diversionary Operation in Norway; 7. France Invaded; 8. The Miracle at Dunkirk; 9. Fall of the French Atlantic Ports; 10. Fifteen Days of War in the Mediterranean; 11. The Armistice Between France and the Axis; 12. The Misunderstanding Over Article 8; 13. The Drama of Mers-el-Kebir; 14. Naval Politics Under the Armistice; 15. The Free French Naval Forces; 16. Feeding France Under the Armistice; 17. Defending the Empire; 18. Threat and Crisis in the Far East; 19. The Anglo-American Landings inNorth Africa - the Prelude; 20. The Anglo-American Landings in North Afric a - Tragedy and Turning Point; 21. France Totally Occupied; 22. Tragedy at Toulon and Bizerte; 23. Rejoining the Allies; 24. French Naval Operations, 1943-1944; 25. The Navy in Occupied France; 26. Normandy and the Beginning of the Liberation; 27. The Provence Landings and Toulon; 28. Paris - And the Last Winter; 29. The Navy in Indochina; 30. Bitter Reunion; 31. Conclusion. Vg in spine-sunned, slightly edgeworn dj with browning to dj covers. 75.00
Title: French Navy in World War II. in dj.
Publisher: United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Md., 1959,:
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