The German submarines that sank over 8,000 merchant vessels and nearly brought victory to Germany get their first due in a 30-year chronicle, based on eyewitness accounts, interviews with U-boat aces, and research in just-released German naval documents. Over 100 photos, charts, and diagrams show the strategic and tactical evolution of U-boat offensives in both WWI and WWII, with records of losses on both sides, along with technical advances and methods used for defending against them.
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V E Tarrant, an ex-Navy man, has achieved an international reputation for the quality of his research and the excellence of his narrative writing.
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Book Description Sterling Publishing, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX185409520X
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