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Ballard, Robert D. The Discovery of the Bismarck. London, 1990.

Barnett, Correlli. Engage the Enemy More Closely: the Royal Navy in the Second World War. 1991.

Brown, D. Tirpitz, the Floating Fortress. London 1977.

Kahn, David. Seizing the Enigma. London, 1996.

Ireland, Bernard. Jane’s Naval History of World War II. 1998.

Ireland, Bernard and Eric Grove. Jane’s War at Sea, 1897-1997: 100 years of Jane’s Fighting Ships. 1998.

Jackson, Robert. The German Navy in World War II. 1999.

Garzke, William H., and Robert O.Dulin. Battleships: Allied Battleships in World War II. Annapolis, 1980.

Garzke, William H., and Robert O.Dulin. Battleships: Neutral and Axis Battleships in World War II. Annapolis, 1986.

Hill, J.R. (ed), The Oxford Illustrated History of the Royal Navy. 1995.

Kennedy, Ludovic. Pursuit: The Sinking of the Bismarck. London 1974.

Lewin, Ronald. "Ultra" Goes to War. London, 1978.

MacIntyre, Donald, and Vice Admiral Sir Ian Campbell. The Kola Run. London, 1958

Mullenheim-Reichburg, Burkhard Baron von, Battleship Bismarck : A Survivor's Story. Annapolis, 1980. (The author was senior surviving officer of the "Bismarck").

Roskill, S. W. The War at Sea. 3 volumes, London 1954-61. (The British "official" history, which despite security restrictions preventing disclosure of such subjects as "Enigma" remains one of the best general histories of Atlantic naval operations.)

Sebag-Montefiore, Hugh. Enigma- the Battle for the Code. London, 2000.

Showell, Jak P. Mallmann. The German Navy in World War II. 1979.

Stern, Robert C. Kriegsmarine: A Pictorial History of the German Navy, 1935-45. 1979.

Tarrant, V.E. The Last Year of the Kriegsmarine. London, 1994.
 
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Copyright © 2002 John Barratt.

Written by John Barratt. If you have questions or comments on this article, please contact John Barratt at:
johnbarratt46@johnbarratt46.plus.com.

About the author:
John Barratt has authored many books to include: Armada 1588,  The Battle of Marston Moor, The Civil War in South-West England 1642-1646, and Cavalier Generals.

Published online: 12/15/2002.
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