|Product Name||Warship Pictorial No. 39 - German Battleships, 1939-1945|
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|Long Description||72 pages, 130 b/w photos. Concise pictorial history of four battleships of the Kriegsmarine as they appeared during the second World War. Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Bismarck and the Tirpitz are covered in a chronological format with many rare photos, providing the viewer with a unique overall perspective of Germany's mightiest warships of the period, from the beginning of the war to its conclusion.|
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