Poland's Navy, 1918-1945

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Hippocrene Books Incorporated, 1999 - History - 222 pages
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In this well researched and informative history, the author outlines the role of the Polish Navy from its creation through World War II, including major battles and operations in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, and Arctic. Divided into eleven chapters and supplemented with seven appendices, Poland's Navy, 1918-1945 also includes a comprehensive listing of bibliographical resources and an index of names of ships, officers, and other important figures.

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Michael Alfred Peszke is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland.

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