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This book is not intended to mislead readers into thinking it is a serious work of naval history. I leave that to those with far more professional abilities than I would claim to have. However. I believe it should be considered as being the first definitive record of accounts from those who were actually involved in the First British Battle of Narvik. It comprises their own experiences regarding how they managed to survive after the battle and also escape capture by the enemy. I cannot vouch that all the accounts are fully factual although from the sheer volume that I have been able to gather, there must be a lot of truth. However, I can definitely confirm the crew members of the 2nd Destroyer Flotilla were there and during the ensuing years were still able to describe what they had witnessed. In addition. I have to accept that the information that has been provided by the crew members' families and friends, passed on either verbally or recorded on paper or tape, is indeed true and correct.