Four Weeks in May: The Loss of HMS Coventry : a Captain's Story

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Atlantic Books, Limited, 2007 - Destroyers (Warships) - 272 pages
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In March 1982, the guided-missile destroyer HMS Coventry was one of a small squadron of ships on exercise off Gibraltar. By the end of April she was sailing south in the vanguard of the Task Force towards the Falklands. This is the personal testimony by the ship's captain, describing the bombing & sinking of HMS Coventry.

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Well written, really takes you there. Read full review

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User Review  - Gareth - Goodreads

An Ok read. HMS Coventry captain's account of 4 weeks in May 1982 leading up to and in the aftermath of his ship being sunk by the Argentinian Air Force. Does what it says on the tin but nothing to make it stand out in any way. Read full review

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