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A gripping story (and sometimes very candid) and by all accounts well reccomended.
Anyone who has read more than one first-person account of submarine warfare in WWII will find this book interesting.
Back to the book...if you want to know what is was like to be crammed in one those coffins then read this book.
Iron Coffins is a World War II memoir written by a retired German naval officer, Herbert A. Werner, who fought in (and managed to survive) the Battle of the Atlantic. Read morePublished 1 day ago by MarquisMark
As a person who has been reading about World War II since I was 12 years old I have been aware of the Battle of the Atlantic. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Spencer Palmer
I have read this several times and every time I find it totaly interesting and exciting!Published 1 month ago by Scott Turner
An unbelievable odyssey told by U-boat officer Herbert Werner. From 1940 - around March 1943 U-boats were successful at destroying many freighters in the Atlantic; technology and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Brownlow
This is a great book from one of the few German survivors of the U-boat war.Published 3 months ago by Greg Clark
An authoritative account from one of the very few U Boat survivors. A vivid account and of historical interest.Published 3 months ago by Chris Budgen
My favorite WWII book from my Junior High School and I finally have my own personal copy now!Published 3 months ago by Robert Hobbs
Dramatic account of WW2 under the waves. Very interesting details of the last year of the war from the German side.Published 4 months ago by John Neary Anker