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The T-Class Submarine: The Classic British Design (edition 1990)

by Paul Kemp (Author)

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A perceptive assessment of this forerunner to the hunter-killer class submarines.
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The T-Class Submarine: The Classic British Design by Paul Kemp

BB 39 (1) RN (1) Royal Navy (2) submarines (5) WWII (2)
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