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Any good Italian Navy Docs?

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Was wondering if anyone found any good Italian Navy documentaries that cover at least their WWII fleet and possibly their WWI naval ships as well?

Also any book recommendations are also welcome.

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The Littorio class, written by Erminio Bagnasco and Augusti de Toro is an amazing book. Highly recommended.

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https://www.amazon.com/Naval-War-Mediterranean-Jack-Greene/dp/1848326181

 

Greene and Massignani's work is a little old now but affordable. Then you have the O'Hara/Cernuschi collaborations and that is pretty much it for recent books on general fleet action in English that are worthwhile and affordable. @Phoenix_jz or @pastore123 may have more? Warships yearly publications have at least one article on Italian ships or activities. In recent years a 2 piece article on the ww1 adriatic efforts and naval intelligence have featured.

 

https://www.amazon.com/Struggle-Middle-Sea-Mediterranean-1940-1945/dp/1591141966

 

https://www.amazon.com/Passage-Perilous-Convoy-Battles-Twentieth-Century/dp/0253006031/

https://www.amazon.com/Dark-Navy-Italian-Armistice-September-ebook/dp/B003MQMQVA

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/Black-Phoenix-Operations-Repubblicana-1943-1945/dp/0615978614

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