A Game of Birds and Wolves

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A Game of Birds and Wolves

Paperback by Simon Parkin

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A Game of Birds and Wolves

1941. The Battle of the Atlantic is a disaster. Thousands of supply ships carrying vital food and fuel from North America to Britain are being torpedoed by German U-boats. Britain is only weeks away from starvation and crushing defeat.

In the first week of 1942 a group of unlikely heroes - a retired naval captain and a clutch of brilliant young women - gather to form a secret strategy unit. 

The Western Approaches Tactical Unit spends days and nights designing and playing war games in an effort to crack the U-boat tactics. As the U-boat wolfpacks continue to prey upon the supply ships, it is race against time to save Britain.

With novelistic flair, investigative journalist Simon Parkin shines a light on this riveting true story of war at sea.

Product Information:
• ISBN: 9781529353211
• Author: Simon Parkin
• Publisher: Sceptre
• Format: Paperback
• Pages: 320
• Dimensions: 19.6 x 12.8 x 2.8 cm

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