World War 2: True Stories of German UBoats & Their Dangerous Missions (Submarine, WW2, WWII, Soldier Stories Book 1)
World War 2: True Stories of German UBoats & Their Dangerous Missions (Submarine, WW2, WWII, Soldier Stories Book 1) by Leonard Cooper
English | Apr. 4, 2016 | ASIN: B01DU0R7AM | 57 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 4.21 MB
The brave men, and now women, who choose to serve on todays submarines have to have a certain type of bravery that many do not possess.
There is always the danger that the wrong move, a wrong turn, or mechanical failure will spell certain death for them. At times of war, this danger is even more amplified. Those who signed up for duty in the early submarines were more at risk than todays military forces. This was the case for the German U-Boat crews.
While there is little doubt that those who served the German forces were on the wrong side of the war, many of the men in the U-Boats showed a level of courage and cunning that few have shown then or ever again. The dangers of the sea were a real concern for these men. From faulty equipment to taking on enemy fire, there were several ways that these men could mean theres watery death.
There were tales of bravery as well. Through this book you will learn about both tragedy and heroics that set these men both above and beyond the cut.
Heres just a few things youll learn about:
The start of the U-Boat program and why it almost didnt happen
The daring raid on the English fleet
The truth of the U-66 - The inspiration of the movie "U-571"
The Artic convoys that could make or break the war
WWII Submarine Stories will take put you in the sub with these brave men and show you how the U-Boats could have won or lost the war.