British Battleship vs German Battleship
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Alongside the King George V class, the Royal Navy’s two-ship Nelson-class (Nelson and Rodney), comprised Britain’s only other battleships built in the interwar years. Both ships served extensively in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, and Indian oceans during the war, but their moment of fame came when Rodney (together with King George V) chased down and bombarded the doomed Bismarck in May 1941.
This superbly detailed addition to the Duel series compares and contrasts the design and development of these opposing capital ships, and describes the epic clashes on the high seas that ended with the destruction of the Kriegsmarine’s major naval assets.
Forlag: Osprey Publishing
Format: 25 x 18 cm
Design and Development
The Strategic Situation