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Fighting flotilla: HMS Laforey and her sister ships

by Peter C. Smith

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The Laforays were the largest, most powerfully armed and successful ships of this type to see frontline action with the Royal Navy in WWII. This text includes chapters on their origin, planning and building, wartime operations and indices cover weapon systems, general fittings and complements.… (more)

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