The Bedford Incident – By Mark Rascovich








“The BEDFORD INCIDENT” By Mark Rascovich. (Fiction) Set in the cold war era, the fictional American destroyer USS Bedford plays a deadly game of cat and mouse with an unseen Russian submarine conducting an apparent military reconnaissance mission inside the Greenland––Danish territorial waters. The stress of the drawn-out conflict with the sub eventually causes the American skipper to snap. The book was later made into a major motion picture, staring Richard Widmark (as the destroyer captain) and Sidney Poitier. 1963 Hardback edition (book club) with dust jacket. 221 pages, maps inside front and back covers. Many illustrations, no photos or index. DJ has somewear and damage (see photo) now wrapped in clear protective plastic.

Fair + + + Cond. – $15.95




Other books of interest:

AntiSubmarine Warrior in the Pacific

The Bedford Incident

Blood on the Sea

A Bloody War

Destroyer Escorts of World War Two

Escort Commander

Find And Destroy

Little Ship, Big War

The Ship That Would Not Die

Sailors’ Journey Into War


Tales From A Tin Can

Tin Can Sailor

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