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The Mare's Nest - The German Secret Weapons Campaign And British Counter-Measures - David Irving

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'-The German Secret Weapons Campaign And British Counter-Measures' Twelve thousand German scientists and engineers laboured with sixteen thousand slave labourers to build the secret weapons that could reduce London to ruins: how close they came to success. Here is the full story written from Nazi documents and from the private papers of the scientists and war leaders who mounted the British Intelligence counter-offensive.
Hardback book in fair to good condition, shelf worn, with stains to the front and back covers and fading at the edges, and with a closed tear to the top right of the spine. The edges of the text block are darkened. Ex-library book, stamped on the reverse of the title page. Comes with a fair to good dust jacket, shelf worn and creased to the edges. Ends of spine bumped and chipped. . Several closed tears to the top of the spine and the front cover. Old tape repairs on inside at ends of spine and corners..

Item details

Author(s):
Irving, David
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Second Impression, 1964
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
William Kimber
Title:
The Mare's Nest

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'-The German Secret Weapons Campaign And British Counter-Measures' Twelve thousand German scientists and engineers laboured with sixteen thousand slave labourers to build the secret weapons that could reduce London to ruins: how close they came to success. Here is the full story written from Nazi documents and from the private papers of the scientists and war leaders who mounted the British Intelligence counter-offensive.
Hardback book in fair to good condition, shelf worn, with stains to the front and back covers and fading at the edges, and with a closed tear to the top right of the spine. The edges of the text block are darkened. Ex-library book, stamped on the reverse of the title page. Comes with a fair to good dust jacket, shelf worn and creased to the edges. Ends of spine bumped and chipped. . Several closed tears to the top of the spine and the front cover. Old tape repairs on inside at ends of spine and corners..

Author(s):
Irving, David
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Second Impression, 1964
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
William Kimber
Title:
The Mare's Nest

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