U-BOAT WAR IN THE CARIBBEAN. Based on interviews with participating U-boat skippers and voluminous research, this fascinating book details the three theaters of Caribbean operations during World War II.
U-BOAT WAR IN THE CARIBBEAN. By the end of 1942, 36% of all Allied shipping losses were in the Caribbean. This book examines the German strategy in the Caribbean. It covers their logistical problems and solutions, as well as their errors, and tells how individual U-boat commanders adapted to advanced antisubmarine technology. Number of Pages : 544.
Number of Photos : 27. Number of Line Art Drawings: 11.
Number of Color Photos: 11.