U-Boats in Action

Author(s) Robert C. Stern, Don Greer
Publisher Squadron/Signal Publications
Date 1977
Pages 50
Format pdf
Size 30 Mb







Here is the very first book opening the famous series of "Warship in Action" presented by Squadron/Signal Pubs. The emphasis has been given by authors, Robert C. Stern & Don Greer, on the individual histories and detailed physical descriptions rather than an overall views of the underwater boat war.

The content of this publication is mainly intended to fill the gap in the available marine literature on this subject, a type-by-type surveys of Kriegsmarine submarines, explaining the development of those boats and success/failure in meeting the demands of war. It gives so much valuable information for everyone interested in the history of fleet, sea wars, naval warships and underwater boats of the past times.

The information contained in the volume is supplemented by rare original photographs of various U-boats with their role in the Second World War explained. The publication will be useful to the people with the interest in the subject and will be greatly appreciate owing to the information contained making it a real must-have one for all naval history enthusiasts. Noting that the book provides some information which is not addressed in most of the other books, we recommend above mentioned groups of readers to pay attention to this volume.

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