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German U-Boat Crews, 1914-45 Gordon Williamson

German U-Boat Crews, 1914-45 By Gordon Williamson

German U-Boat Crews, 1914-45 by Gordon Williamson

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During each of the World Wars, the German U-boats took Britain to the brink of defeat, strangling the vital transatlantic supply lines. Covering the U-boats and their crews, this title covers the famous Battle of the Atlantic and the Russian convoys they pursued.

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German U-Boat Crews, 1914-45 by Gordon Williamson

U-boat crews were an elite part of the German Navy, fighting the elements as well as enemy destroyers. In both World Wars they strangled the vital transatlantic supply line that fed the war effort. But there were always too few U-boats and too many destroyers, and life expectancy in the submarine fleet was short as they fought an uneven contest in the icy seas of the North Atlantic.

Table of Contents

The Kaiserliche marine; between the Wars; World War II; organisation and command structure; U-boat uniforms; weapons; badges and insignias.

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German U-Boat Crews, 1914-45 by Gordon Williamson
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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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