Very Good. 0719555426 708pp. (grey & white spine) large 8vo. 2002 reprint. A very good minus, clean, tight copy. The text supported by some photographic reproductions. A former owner's name in blue biro to the head of the half-title page. Several reading creases to the spine. Several light creases to the lower rear card cover corner and a light crease to the upper corner of the rear card cover. A light crease to the lower corner of the front card cover. Light rubbing to one corner at the tail of the spine and some light shelf wear to the card covers with several card cover corners a little rounded. A good plus or very good minus clean, tight copy.
Very Good. Trade paperback (UK). 719 p. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, index. At Jutland in 1916, the British Grand Fleet finally engaged and should have crushed its German rival. It failed to do so and this text argues that important failures in its handling originated in conflicting styles of command and different understandings of the rules of the game.
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