In Great Waters: The Epic Story of the Battle of the Atlantic 1939-45
By: Spencer Dunmore (author)Paperback
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The Battle of the Atlantic cost 30,000 allied merchant seamen their lives. This history traces the complete history of the battle, looking at all aspects of the conflict: in the air; on the water and below its surface. It tells the story from both sides, including first-hand accounts of individual participants, both Allied and German. It also looks at those behind the scenes: the politicians, the strategists, the scientists, the code breakers, and most remarkable of all Admiral von Donitz, the mastermind of Germany's U-boat campaign.
Spencer Dunmore is the author of three works of critically acclaimed nonfiction: Reap the Whirlwind, Wings for Victory, and Above and Beyond. His works have been translated into many languages and published in more than fifteen countries.
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