U—BOATS VS DESTROYER ESCORTS: THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC
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In his remarkable work, Gordon Williamson, is describing the design and development of the historical opponents, covering both strengths and weaknesses of underwater boats and destroyer escorts, the famous enemies of war time. The author has provided an excellent insight into these two antagonists paying particular attention to the see-saw fortune changes when one side of the battle got the upper hand while the other side countered in... The volume deserves to be treated as a perfect supplementary material for the people learning the history of the Second World War since it is telling in detail the history of subject confrontation revealing some very interesting historical facts.
We would recommend this title to the people interested in submarines, in the history of the World War Two, in the naval warfare in general, in the submarines and their operations, in short to virtually everyone, noting that the content of the volume has been presented in a very easy-to-follow and interesting manner making this book an easy and fascinating reading. The book is truly comprehensive and will provide huge amount of the useful and verified technical and historical information to the readers.
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