Last But Not Least: HMS "Goodall", Torpedoed 29 April 1945 - Recollections of Survivors

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Arcturus Press, 2004 - Destroyer escorts - 62 pages
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This new work by the author of The Life and Death of HMS Bullen, tells the story of the torpedoing of the frigate HMS Goodall on April 29th 1945, giving it the melancholy distinction of being the last Royal Navy warship to be lost in the European theatre of operations during WW2. Besides the recollections of crew members of both Goodall and other ships in company, it gives the text of the report on the disaster by the senior surviving officer, Lt. J. S. Dallaway, RN.

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