Sabotage Unter Wasser, M Jung
Sabotage Unter Wasser, German combat swimmers in World War 2
Text in German.
Elite military groups have always attracted attention, not only because of the high demands that such groups have on the body, spirit and character but also because their assignments are usually both daring and secret.
Michael Jung is and expert in this field and in this book he presents the complete history of the German combat swimmers in World War 2, whose mission it was to carry our sabotage operations in and under the water. The author uses notes of the pioneer of combat swimmers, Alfred von Wurzian who built up the Commando 700 of the Kriegsmarine in Italy from which all German combat swimmers emerged. Described are, among other things, the development of technical equipment and structure of the German combat swimmer associations as well as training and deployment.
Hardback with dust jacket in protective cellophane wrapper. As new condition.
Title page is signed by the author and inscribed: To Dr John Bevan with best regards, Hull 23 October 2004
Black and white photos throughout.
168 mm x 245 mm (approx. 6.5 in x 10 in)
2004, Verlag E S Mittler & Sohn GmbH, Hamburg
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|Dimensions||32 × 18 × 3 cm|