In the early hours of the 27th of May, 1941, the German warship Bismarck - scourge of the Atlantic ocean - was sailing towards a fateful encounter. Two days previously, Prime Minister Winston Churchill had issued the order to 'Sink the Bismarck'. This title tells of everything that led the author to be able to say, 'I sank the Bismarck'.
A fascinating account from the last surviving pilot who took down the largest warship of its time - the Bismarck.
John Moffat was 19 years old when he joined the Ark Royal and is the only surviving member of the group of twelve pilots who sank the Bismarck. John has just stopped flying to return to live in Scotland, but frequently gives talks at airshows and events around the UK.