A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Study Guide Chapter 28-30 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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The Bismarck was the pride of the German Navy. As the most powerful warship, it sunk Britain's Hood and many others. The Bismarck and the Prinz Eugen were spotted in Norway on May 21, 1941; this information is reported to the Norwegian Section of the BSC. Six British destroyers rushed to the area since Hitler had given the order to destroy the British sea links. The Hood found and began firing on the Bismarck. The Hood was sunk and the ship Prince of Wales had to retreat. The Bismarck and the Princz Eugen made it out into the open Atlantic.

By Sunday, May 25, 1941, British warships were forming a net to trap the Bismarck. The Bismarck maintained radio silence for thirty hours, showing up in the Bay of Biscay off the French coast, where it was spotted by an American plane on loan to the British...

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