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The Ludendorff Pirates
The Ludendorff Pirates
Author: John Shaner, Al Ramrus
ISBN-13: 9780440152606
ISBN-10: 0440152607
Publication Date: 4/1979
Pages: 318
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Publisher: Dell Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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The hammering adventure of 12 combat hardened commandos out to hijack the largest ship in the German navy. Action and suspense in the violent seas of WW II.
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From the back cover: "The Ludendorff-a super battleship, the single most powerful weapon yet devised, a creation of man at his most modern and most primitive.
The Ludendorff-key to Germany's great sea offensive. If the British gain control of the huge ship's armory, her giant guns can be rammed down the throats of the German U-boats based in Danish waters.
The Ludendorff-the target of a small band of well-schooled killers, led by a cool American mastermind. Disguised as U-boat survivors, they would tackle the almost impossible job of capturing the ship and her crew."