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Sink The Scharnhorst

(1999)
A novel by

 
 
Since April 1941, two great German battlecruisers have been sheltering in the French harbour at Brest. Their commander, Admiral Cilliax is afraid to take them to sea as he fears the British will destroy them. Now Hitler gives him an ultimatum: "Run the Channel or scuttle your ships!"

Duncan Harding is a pseudonym for prolific WW2 author and historian Charles Whiting, who also wrote as Leo Kessler. Over three million of his books have been sold worldwide. If you've enjoyed Sven Hassel or Eric Meyer, sample some tongue-in-cheek action courtesy of Duncan Harding. Holder of the Sir George Dowty Prize for Literature, he is one of the most popular borrowed authors in UK lending libraries.

Genre: Thriller

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Kindle Editions

May 2016 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
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Title: Sink The Scharnhorst: April 1941
Author(s): Duncan Harding
Publisher: Benchmark Publishing
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