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Slavick, a captain with the US Air Force, recounts the adventures and victories of one of Germany's warships that, disguised as a merchant vessel, captured or sank 22 merchant ships, broke enemy codes, and got hold of valuable intelligence material from the British in a 655-day campaign during World War II. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Joseph P. Slavick, Captain, USAF, has served in the Air Force for more than twenty years and is now stationed at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.Review:
"...a highly readable, entertaining and balanced reconstruction of an extraordinary naval enterprise." -- Northern Mariner, July 2003
"...excellent...provides new information and new insights into the genre." -- Defense and Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy, June 2003
"Highly recommended!" -- Sea History, Autumn 2004
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