"UNFORGETTABLE HISTORY, UNFORGETTABLE BOOKS"

SPECIALISING IN ORIGINAL, RARE AND EXPANDED AUSTRALIAN UNIT HISTORIES

German U Boat Losses During WWII - Details of Destruction

$88.00

88 reward points

Add to Cart:

Title: German U Boat Losses During WWII - Details of Destruction

Author: Niestlé, Axel

Condition: Near Mint

Edition: 1st Edition

Publication Date: 1998

ISBN:1853673528

Cover: Hard Cover with Dust Jacket - 305 pages

Comments: No other publication on this subject comes even close to including the amount of detail provided in this book. An introduction both summarizes previous works on the subject and describes the difficulties of obtaining and verifying information from either the Germans or the Allies on U-boat losses.

The main part of the book lists by hull number each U-boat's date of commissioning, its commanding officer, and the date and port of departure for its last patrol. It also gives the date, position, and cause of loss of each submarine, with complete details on Allied units involved in the sinking, the names and ranks of their commanding officers and pilots, and the number of crew killed or rescued. An appendix neatly summarizes data on the disposition of surviving U-boats at the end of the war and provides valuable statistical data on German U-boat losses.


  • Item: RB15397
  • Shipping Weight: 0.85kgs


Do you like this product? Share it with your friends:

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 06 November, 2017.

Your IP Address is: 54.198.108.19
Copyright © 2017 Regimental Books. - Australian Military Books.