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Found the book interesting and an easy read.
It tells of Luth's exploits in a number of submarines as he advances in seniority and rank during his patrols fom the N. Atlantic to the western Indian Ocean.
This book is a must-read for both lovers of U-boat lore and serious students of management-under-extremes.
Story of the life and death of a UBoat driver. Typical story, punctuated only by the guy's continued rise after this command at sea. Writer is not bad. Organized and interesting. Read morePublished 10 days ago by fourdegreesc
great book. Well written. Exciting and very very informative.Published 29 days ago by Roger P. Hunt
A fairly good book on U boat in WWII. It added more personal tidbits of the captain and crew, It's is a keeperPublished 1 month ago by Leslie W. John
Good reading. Great book for U boat fans. Enjoyed it and it was delivered quite promptly for overseas' delivery.Published 1 month ago by Chris Tsang
For some strange reason I have long enjoyed submarine books (Non Fiction). This is great, full of different perspective. The ending is shocking.Published 3 months ago by Joseph W. Mccary
Well written especially in light of the scarce material the author had to work with.
U-Boat biographies & auto bio's are always interesting about these special people!
It seems like no matter how hard I try to find impartial, unbiased books written by or about German vets from WW2 I cannot avoid the fairy tale of the holohoax. Read morePublished 6 months ago by bryan jones
Excellent read. Gives you a better understanding of the man and men who went to sea. Knowing near the end. It was suicide .Published 7 months ago by Lawrence Cook
This book captures the essence of what it was like to command a U boat during WW2 - Luth was unusual in that he actually took care of his sailors under his command -- most Naval... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steven L. Coker