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Very Good, A very good, near fine copy in black cloth boards, gilt title on spine with a very good, near fine dust jacket. Scapa Flow: The Reminiscences Of Men And Women Who Served In Scapa Flow In The Two World Wars: The Story of Britain's Greatest Naval Anchorage in Two World Wars. 6.4"x9.2"x1.3"; 1.5 lb; 288 pages. . . .
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Malcolm Brown was for many years a BBC documentary producer; in 1966 he co-produced with Patrica Meehan the highly successful film Scapa Flow, which led to the first publication of this book in 1968. Since 1989 he has been a freelance historian at the Imperial War Museum, and is now best known for his books on military subjects, including Tommy Goes to War, Verdun 1916, The Imperial War Museum Book of the First World. Patricia Meehan spent several years as a welfare worker in postwar Germany. She began a long career in TV in the United States before joining the BBC, where she became a documentary producer specialising in contemporary history. Since leaving the BBC she has been a full-time writer. Her most recent books, The Unnecessary War and A Strange Enemy People, deal with aspects of British and German relations before and immediately after the Second World War.
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Book Description Spellmount, 2008. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 288pp, illus, photos, book and jacket are in perfect, NEW condition. Seller Inventory # 007734
Book Description Non Basic Stock Line, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111862274096