From Library Journal
Macintyre was England's top U-boat destroyer during World War II, with seven kills and several captures to his credit. Here he offers his firsthand account of safeguarding convoys in the North Atlantic from roaming German subs. Pretty scary stuff.
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About the Author
In 1926 Donald Macintyre was commissioned as a Sub-Lieutenant in the Royal Navy. Soon afterwards he joined the Fleet Air Arm and became a fighter pilot. In 1935 he was appointed as commander of the Kingfisher, the first of a new class of anti-submarine ships. Through the Second World War he served as the commander of destroyers, becoming the Royal Navy's ace U-Boat Killer. For his exploits he was awarded three DSOs and a DSC.