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Germany’s navy, the Kriegsmarine, played a critical role in the Third Reich’s attempt to restrict the flow of supplies, men and matériel from the United States to Britain in the early years of World War II, and from North America and Britain to the Soviet Union from 1941 on. Such was the success of the U-boats in particular, that by the end of the war more than 3,000 Allied ships had been sent to the bottom of the sea. World War II Data Book: The Kriegsmarine, 1935–45 offers a comprehensive breakdown of everything from the navy’s command structure to its recruitment and training methods. Filled with reference tables, diagrams, maps and charts, it is an essential reference for anyone interested in the workings of Germany’s wartime navy.
Hardcover Book : 192 pages
Publisher: Amber Books ( July 14, 2010 )
Item #: 13-134078
Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 9.5 inches
Product Weight: 29.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Another excellent volume in the series "World War 2 Data Book". So far seven volumes have been published covering all aspects of German National Socialism's military, culture and ideology. Highly recommended.