Battleship at War: The Epic Story of the Uss Washington

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986 - History - 364 pages
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Traces the U.S.S. Washington's role in World War II and shares the experiences of sailors and officers aboard the American battleship

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Battleship at war: the epic story of the USS Washington

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Washington was the second of a new class of extremely fast and powerful battleships built after the collapse of the naval limitation treaty. The ship was laid in 1937, commissioned just seven months ... Read full review

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A great history of a proud ship. A must read for any historian of batteships. Read full review

Contents

December 1941
1
Millstone
29
The Pacific Is the Prettiest Blue You Will Ever See
65
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