The sinking of the HMS "Hood" on May 24, 1941 dealt a major blow to
the British Royal Navy. Like "Titanic" years before, "Hood" had
seemed invincible and much of the hopes of the Royal Navy rested
with her as the nation entered the war with Germany. But in just
seven minutes after an encounter with "Bismarck" and her consort
"Prinz Eugen," HMS "Hood" sunk to the bottom of the Atlantic,
taking the lives of 1,418 men with her. Author Andrew Norman
explores the events leading up to the disaster and the legacy it
left in its wake.
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