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Who Sank Surcouf? The Truth about the Disappearance of the Pride of the French Navy. First Edition in dustjacket.

By: RUSBRIDGER, James

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Century, London, 1991, ISBN:0712639756:

Seller ID: 15552


RUSBRIDGER, James. Who Sank Surcouf?: The Truth about the Disappearance of the Pride of the French Navy. London : Century (1991). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xiii,(1),1-209,(1) + 8 pages of photos. Index. 8vo, blue cloth withsilver lettering to spine. "At 3pm on the afternoon of 12 February 1942, t he French Submarine 'Surcouf', then the largest submarine in service with any navy, sailed from Bermuda bound for Tahiti via the Panama Canal. On board were 129 French officers and men, and three members of a Royal Navy liaison team. From the moment she left Bermuda, 'Surcouf' was never seen aga... View more info

Who Sank Surcouf? The Truth about the Disappearance of the Pride of the French Navy. First Edition in dustjacket.

By: RUSBRIDGER, James

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Century, London, 1991, ISBN:0712639756:

Seller ID: 111661


RUSBRIDGER, James. Who Sank Surcouf?: The Truth about the Disappearance of the Pride of the French Navy. London : Century (1991). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xiii,(1),1-209,(1) + 8 pages of photos. Index. 8vo, blue cloth withsilver lettering to spine. "At 3pm on the afternoon of 12 February 1942, t he French Submarine 'Surcouf', then the largest submarine in service with any navy, sailed from Bermuda bound for Tahiti via the Panama Canal. On board were 129 French officers and men, and three members of a Royal Navy liaison team. From the moment she left Bermuda, 'Surcouf' was never seen aga... View more info