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War at Sea 1939-45: Defensive v. 1 (Official History of the Second World War) by Stephen Wentworth Roskill1
War at Sea 1939-45: Period of Balance v. 2 (Official History of the Second World War) by Stephen Wentworth Roskill2
WAR AT SEA 1939-45: Volume III Part I The Offensive 1st June 1943-31 May 1944 OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR by Stephen Wentworth Roskill3A
The War At Sea 1939 - 1945 Volume III The Offensive Part 2 1st June 1944 - 14th August 1945 by Stephen Wentworth Roskill3B

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Recommendations

  1. The Atlantic Battle Won, May 1943 - May 1945 by Samuel Eliot Morison (1956)
  2. The Mediterranean and Middle East, Volume 4: The destruction of the Axis forces in Africa by Ian Stanley Ord. Playfair (1956)
  3. War Against Japan Volume I: The Loss Of Singapore: History Of The Second World War: United Kingdom Military Series: Official Campaign History (v. I) by S.Woodburn Kirby (1957)
  4. 73 North: The Battle of the Barents Sea by Dudley Pope (1958)
  5. The Longest Battle: The War at Sea, 1939-1945 by Richard Hough (1986)
  6. The great ships : British battleships in World War II by Peter C. Smith (1977)
  7. Narvik: Battles in the Fjords by Peter Dickens (1974)
  8. Clash of Titans: World War II at Sea by Walter J. Boyne (1995)
  9. Black May by Michael Gannon (1998)
  10. Destroyers of World War Two: An International Encyclopedia by M. J. Whitley (1988)
  11. Victory at Sea: World War II in the Pacific by James F. Dunnigan (1995)
  12. Northwest Africa: seizing the initiative in the west by George F. Howe (1957)
  13. Struggle for the Middle Sea: The Great Navies at War in the Mediterranean Theater, 1940-1945 by Vincent P. O'Hara (2009)
  14. The Battle of the River Plate by Dudley Pope (1956)
  15. War Beneath the Sea: Submarine Conflict During World War II by Peter Padfield (1995)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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