Attila and the Battle Cruiser
A high-tension sea chase set in early 1941 that pits the warships of the British against the German battle cruisers “Scharnhorst” and "Gneisenau" which have been able to escape trap after trap. What makes the British most frustrated is the fact that their enemy has on board a large Siamese cat named Attila, who provides his shipmates with extraordinary accomplishments that has enabled the German’s to escape time and time again. The German’s are wrecking havoc on British shipping and Winston Churchill has demanded that they be sunk before their toll on merchant shipping brings England to the brink of disaster.
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Admiral Dönitz Admiralty Air Marshall Attila Azores battle cruiser battle group battle stations battleship began Bismarck bombs Bremen Castle bridge officers bridge wing British cabin Captain Kastanien Captain Sullivan chair Churchill close command Condors convoy course crew damage deck Denmark Strait destroyers divers Dönitz door enemy engines eyes fire galley Gentlemen German grin Hans Schmidt head Ian McLeod immediately inch guns instantly intercom Karl Mueller Kennedy kilometers King knew knots Kriegsmarine light looked Luftwaffe Manfried merchant Merlin meters minutes Molter Mueller nasty night North Atlantic orders Peter Kastanien port side position Prince of Wales quickly radar operator radar room Rawalpindi replied returned Rost Royal Navy Scharnhorst and Gneisenau Schmidt Sea Lord Second Officer ship ship’s signal silently simply slightly slowly speed starboard Stark Strass submarine Teebolt Thank thought torpedoes turn turret twenty u-boat vessel warship Weisboch Wittrock