From 8.30 on the evening of May 26 until it was all over at about noon the next day – until, that is, the Bismarck had been fought to a finish and sent to the bottom – the officer whose story we give
The terrible punishment which the Bismarck withstood before she was finally torpedoed and the rescue of a hundred or so survivors from the great German warship are described by British naval officers
When the chase of the Bismarck was ended and her guns were silenced, she still had to be sunk by torpedoes from the cruiser Dorsetshire, and here is the story of Lieut.-Commander G. R. Carver who fire
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