U-Boat Killer: Fighting The U-Boats in the Battle of the Atlantic (Cassell Military Classics)



❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ U-Boat Killer: Fighting The U-Boats in the Battle of the Atlantic (Cassell Military Classics) Author Donald G.F.W. Macintyre – E17streets4all.co.uk A classic of naval warfare Macintyre was England s top U boat destroyer during World War II, with seven kills and several captures to his credit Here he offers his firsthand account of safeguarding co A Fighting The U-Boats in PDF/EPUB ² classic of naval Fighting The PDF/EPUB Ä warfare Macintyre was England s top U boat destroyer during World War II, with seven kills and several captures to his credit Here he offers his firsthand account of safeguarding convoys in the North Atlantic from roaming German subs Pretty scary stuff Library Journal.U-Boat Killer: Fighting The U-Boats in the Battle of the Atlantic (Cassell Military Classics)

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U-Boat Killer: Fighting The U-Boats in the Battle of the
  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • U-Boat Killer: Fighting The U-Boats in the Battle of the Atlantic (Cassell Military Classics)
  • Donald G.F.W. Macintyre
  • English
  • 04 November 2018
  • 0304352357

10 thoughts on “U-Boat Killer: Fighting The U-Boats in the Battle of the Atlantic (Cassell Military Classics)

  1. says:

    Didnt finish it At this point, while I am interested in WWII, I m just not interested enough in the book I ll keep it and perhaps one day return to it with appreciation.

  2. says:

    Great narrative about the real scenes of U boat hunting and killing.

  3. says:

    A convincingly accurate account of WWII anti submarine war, written by a man who skippered Royal Navy destroyers throughout the length of the conflict The final chapter is a scree against the British government for failing to keep up an anti submarine force after WWII, but written in 1956 while Britain was broke, we can hope this shortfall has been somewhat remedied Captain MacIntyre was one of thesuccessful U boat killers and this little volume 179 pages is worth reading, especially f A convincingly accurate account of WWII anti submarine war, written by a man who skippered Royal Navy destroyers throughout the length of the conflict The final chapter is a scree against the British government for failing to keep up an anti submarine force after WWII, but written in 1956 while Britain was broke, we can hope this shortfall has been somewhat remedied Captain MacIntyre was one of thesuccessful U boat killers and this little volume 179 pages is worth reading, especially for students of naval warfare

  4. says:

    Very good first hand account of the convoy escorts Macintyre switches with ease between personal reminiscence and tactical explanations, and talks about the enemy with the clear unbiased eye of a professional with a long, exhausting war to fight, so the book is free of name dropping, chest thumping and 1940 s flag waving The perfect book for a reader who has a birds eye view of the Battle of the Atlantic, and who wants to delve a little deeper into the first hand view.

  5. says:

    A classic of naval warfare Macintyre was England s top U boat destroyer during World War II, with seven kills and several captures to his credit Here he offers his firsthand account of safeguarding convoys in the North Atlantic from roaming German subs Pretty scary stuff.

  6. says:

    My grandpa was in the korean war and I think he had fought on a u boat before

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