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War at Sea 1939-45: Defensive v. 1 (Official History of the Second World War) by Stephen Wentworth Roskill1
The War at Sea Volume II. The Period of Balance (HMSO Official History of WWII - Military) 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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  1. 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)
  2. The Mediterranean and Middle East, Volume 4: The destruction of the Axis forces in Africa by Ian Stanley Ord. Playfair (1956)
  3. The great ships : British battleships in World War II by Peter C. Smith (1977)
  4. Narvik: Battles in the Fjords by Peter Dickens (1974)
  5. Black Saturday by Alexander McKee (1972)
  6. The Atlantic Battle Won, May 1943 - May 1945 by Samuel Eliot Morison (1956)
  7. Ships for Victory: A History of Shipbuilding under the U.S. Maritime Commission in World War II by Frederic Chapin Lane (2001)
  8. Fleet Air Arm by Ministry of Information (1943)
  9. The Battle of Matapan by S. W. C. Pack (1961)
  10. Northwest Africa: seizing the initiative in the west by George F. Howe (1957)
  11. Grand strategy, Vol. 2: September 1939-- June 1941 by J. R. M. Butler (1957)
  12. Churchill's Navy: The Ships, Men and Organisation, 1939-1945 by Brian Lavery (2006)
  13. Below the Belt: Novelty, Subterfuge and Surprise in Naval Warfare by John Winton (1981)
  14. British Intelligence in the Second World War: v. 1: Its Influence on Strategy and Operations (History of the Second World War) by F. H. Hinsley (1979)
  15. Destroyers of World War Two: An International Encyclopedia by M. J. Whitley (1988)

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