Autor: Hanson W. Baldwin
Editorial: Military Editior of The New York Times

Hanson Baldwin was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. His career as a military journalist has taken him to three wars and to military bases here and abroad. He toured North Africa and England in 1943, covered the Normandy invasion and was in France until after the Saint Lo Breakthrougth.

Autor: Kenneth Mackensey
Editorial: San Martin

Con unas pérdidas de 500 muertos, 55 desaparecidos y 1.373 heridos, avanzaron 800 kilómetros en dos meses, destruyeron un ejército de diez divisiones y capturaron más de 130.000 prisioneros, 180 carros medios y más de 200 ligeros y 845 cañones. "Creo que se puede decir que fue una victoria completa".

Autor: Ramón Garrida Alemany
Editorial: Planeta

Un periodista español que era corresponsal de prensa en el Berlín de 1941 y 1942 refiere sus andanzas en la Alemania hitleriana vivida por dentro. Con el fondo de la guerra - invasión de Rusia, la División Azul, el bombardeo de Pearl Harbor, las victorias de Rommel en África, Stalingrado, etc. -

Autor: Enrique González Lonzieme
Editorial: Claridad

El capitán de navío Enrique González Lonzieme ingresó a la Escuela Naval Militar en enero de 1943. En 1963, dados sus conocimientos sobre historia, pasó a prestar servicios en el Departamento de Estudios Históricos Navales. En setiembre del mismo año fue nombrado director del Museo Naval de la nación.

Autor: H.T.Lenton
Editorial: Macdonald & Co.

Compared with companion wolumes in this series of Navies of the Second World War a comparatively small number of ships are embraced by this edition on British capital ships and aircraft carriers. This was brougth about as so many of the older major units had undergone such varied and extensive alteration since they were initially completed to designs dating from the First World War.

Autor: H.T.Lenton
Editorial: Doubleday & Co

At the outbreak of the Second World War British cruiser strength stood at sixty-four units in service and twenty-seven under construction or on order, and as is usually the case these figures on their own tend to mislead and not convey the actual situation.

Autor: H.T.Lenton
Editorial: Macdonald & Co.

At the outbreak of the Second World War British Destroyer strength was at a low ebb, and a totally inadequate number of vessels was available for fleet and escort work. This was in marked contrast to the position at the close of the First World War when, with the "V" and "W" classes, British design had a commanding lead and was universally copied.

Autor: H.T.Lenton
Editorial: Macdonald & Co.

This design was prepared prior to the outbreak of the Second World War when it was finally accepted that two types of destroyers were required: one for fleet duties and one for escort work and the latter wound not required such a heavy armament as the former.

Autor: Owen Thetford
Editorial: Putnam

British Naval Aircraft has ben written as a companion volume to my earlier book Aircraft of the Royal Air Force, and the same format has been adopted: each main type of aircraft is illustrated with one or more photographs and a three-view general arrangement drawing, accompanied by general narrative on operation history and a technical specification.

Autor: H.T.Lenton
Editorial: Macdonald & Co.

At the close of the First World War the British submarine flotillas comprised one hundred and eleven boats completed, while another thirty-nine were boulding but by the outbreak of the Second World War submrine strength had been more than halved with only fifty-seven boats in service with a further twelve under construction. The shortage though not as critical as in other categories - was nonetheless acute.