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No Place to Hide: What the Atomic Bomb Can Do to Ships by  David Bradley - First Edition - 1948 - from E Ridge fine Books and

No Place to Hide: What the Atomic Bomb Can Do to Ships

by Bradley, David

Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Boston: Little Brown and Company & Atlantic Monthly Press. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1948. First Edition. Hardcover. Xvii, 182 pp. Near fine with a slight lean and minor wear and tone along the edges of the dust jacket. "The Log of a doctor who was assigned to duty with Operation Crossroads." With the personal book plate of Jean and Claude Zobell inside the cover. Zobell (Scripts Marine Biologist) is considered the "Father of Marine Microbiology." Uncommon in this edition and condition.; 8vo ; 182 pp pages .


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