By Ken Ford
The raid at the port of St Nazaire in March 1942 via a sea-borne job strength from British mixed Operations is still probably the most bold activities of global struggle II. The port lies on the mouth of the River Loire and in 1942, in addition to a U-Boat base, contained the big 'Normandie' dock, the single facility at the Atlantic coast big enough to deal with the German pocket battleship Tirpitz. This e-book tells the tale of the raid on St Nazaire that denied using the dock to the Tirpitz, the sister send of the Bismarck, and constituted a very important victory within the conflict of the Atlantic.
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