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Naval Warfare

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Naval Warfare

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Defeat at Sea, Bekker, C.D.
1 Bekker, C.D. Defeat at Sea
U.S. Ballantine Books, Inc. 1955 #183. First Ballantine Book Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good Plus. 
$.35 is the original price. 184 pages. Mostly light beige paper. Tight binding. Yellow colour on the edges.
Frtont Cover: A couple of curved indents are at the top right corner but they're very light and nothing serious. A couple of finger indents from opening the Cover are at the middle of the right edge.
Spine: A couple of minute tears are at the bottom edge and a tiny piece of Cover's missing at the top right of the Spine.
Back Cover: Five or six finger indents and four or five tiny dot indents. So so marks.
Story: The Germany Navy from 1939 to the 1945 end of the war. They mention their new subs at the end of the book. Probably the U.S. and Brits used the information they got from the Germans just as they used the German rocket Scientist information. I think that we were lucky we were able to out produce the Germans or we'd be speaking German today and working as Slaves for the Master Race. Nicht wahr? 004728 
Price: 9.50 USD
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PT Patrol, Farley, Edward I.
2 Farley, Edward I. PT Patrol
Canada. Popular Library Eagle Books. First Popular Library (Canada) Ed. Mass Market Paperback. Fine Minus. 
$.40 is the original price. July, 1962. 141 pages which includes a Glossary at the back of the book. Medium beige paper. Tight binding. Contains:a couple of maps where the action took place and a few drawings of Japanese boats.
In General: A previous Owner stamped their name on the back of the Front Cover and it faintly bled to the next page as the ink wasn't quite dry when they closed the Cover. Two lines are at the top edge which indicates that this book was returned to the Distributor.
Story: Describing some of the action seen by the PT boats. These were ships made of plywood and built for speed but equipped with a machine gun and torpedo tubes. President Kennedy also wrote a book about his own experiences as Skipper of a PT boat which was cut in two by a Japanese destroyer. 004895 
Price: 8.00 USD
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Navy at Guadalcanal, The, Smith, Stan.
3 Smith, Stan. Navy at Guadalcanal, The
U.S. Lancer Books. 1966 #72-120. First Lancer Book Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good Plus. 
$.50 is the original price. 160 pages with a Bibliography at the back of the book. Light medium beige paper. Tight binding. Purple on the edges.
Front Cover: Both corners have identical-sized 2" indents along with a couple of finger indents from holding the book open.
Back Cover: A 3" indent's at the top, left corner and a 2" one's at the bottom, left. There are a couple of others but they're reasonable in size.
In General: A previous Owner wrote her name at the top of the inside of the Front Cover.
Story: The battle in which both U.S. and Japanese losses were heavy at sea but cost the Japanese their former base on Guadalcanal. 004951 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Sailor's Odyssey, Viscount Cunninham of Hyndhope, Vice Admiral of the Fleet
4 Viscount Cunninham of Hyndhope, Vice Admiral of the Fleet Sailor's Odyssey
U.K. Grey Arrow Books 1961 #G02. First Grey Arrow Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good Plus. 
Six Shillings is the original price. 335 pages plus some book Advertising on the inside of the Back Cover. Tight binding. Light beige paper. Contains: A few maps and an Index.
Front Cover: A long crease from book opening's beside the Spine side and another two are beside the missing piece of Cover you'll see on the Cover scan. There are also smaller creases.
Spine: A bit wrinkled and has wear at the edges.
Back Cover: A couple of creases and a couple of slide mark scuffing lines. The top left corner's creased about " - wide. Some slight wear's at the left and right edges.
In General: The pages are quite flexible and his Story's interesting with not much self - patting on his back for this or that the soldiers and sailors deserve credit for doing as usually they do all the heavy lifting everywhere and the "Boss" assumes credit for sitting in his comfy Offices while they get killed fighting. War isn't a pretty thing.
This is Volume two and carries Cunningham's Autobiography from April, 1941 to August, 1945. It's detailed but quite readable. Recommended. 004696 
Price: 15.50 USD
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