Beating the U-Boats, by E Keble Chatterton

Beating the U-Boats
E Keble Chatterton

Hardback in protective cellophane cover. No dust jacket. Very slight foxing to first few pages. Front endpaper stamped ‘P Daubney’. Pencil inscriptions on inside front cover. Good condition

German minelaying; Pursuing the U-boats; Periscopes and torpedoes; fouling the fairway; The German menace; ‘Wasser boms”; Submarines versus destroyers; U-boat adventures; Mediterranean drifters; Sloops and submarines; Turn of the tide; U-boats’ hazards; Submarine captured by soldiers; German morale; The U-boat terror; Waylaying the enemy; UB-81 goes to her doom; Out of the depths; The Clover Bank II; Germany cracks; The victorious Zubian; Yachts versus submarines; The submarines weaken; Weekly sinkings; Wayling the liner; Germany beaten.

172 pages
B&W photographs and illustrations
145mm x 218 mm (5.75 in x 8.5 in)
1943, Hurst and Blackett Ltd, London


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