I Sank the Bismarck: Memoirs of a Second World War Navy Pilot

I Sank the Bismarck: Memoirs of a Second World War Navy Pilot

John Moffat, Mike Rossiter


The memoirs of a moment international conflict bomber pilot and the sinking of the Bismarck warship in may perhaps 1941.

Along with twelve different courageous pilots, John Moffat took down the most important warship of its time. A warship that had destroyed the famed HMS Hood inside of mins, and was once capable of stand up to whatever the British army threw at it. those males, of their Swordfish, controlled to prevent the frightened anti-aircraft fireplace and release their torpedoes. one among them hit, holing the German warship.

This is John Moffat's tale, of the way as a tender guy he skilled first-hand the colossal fight for naval supremacy, the cramped cabins and meagre rations of WWII, the mind-numbing patrols over hundreds of thousands of miles of ocean and the adrenalin and worry of being in a delicate airplane sought out through gunfire. because the purely surviving member of the undertaking, John Moffat tells of every thing that led him which will say, "I sank the Bismarck."

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