I read it and wow, very interesting book!
Although I haven't finished the book yet (I only received it a week or so ago and have been quite busy since then), I'm very impressed with what I've read so far.
This dramatic account of the fateful voyage offers an intriguing look at the individuals involved.
The book was well written but at times a little dry. It was extremely interesting to read about the interaction between Germany and Japan regarding the exchange of late war... Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by Michael D. Green
GERMANY'S LAST MISSION TO JAPAN: THE FAILED VOYAGE OF U-234
JOSEPH MARK SCALIA
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRESS, 2009
QUALITY SOFTCOVER, $18. Read more
Sadly I didn't enjoy this book as it read like a technical manual vs. a historical story. I was facinated by the topic but couldn't force myself to finish the book. Read morePublished on April 28, 2010 by Brian Izard
If you're a WWII history buff, you'll find a lot to keep your interest here. What happened to the uranium that Germany was shipping to Japan?Published on June 11, 2009 by Tom Gauthier
This book primarily talks about the personal the background, and why they were been sent to Japan. There is a suppliment in the back about what happen to the uranium.Published on November 15, 2007 by Joe Spindler