U-Boats: The Illustrated History of the Raiders of the Deep

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Potomac Books, Incorporated, 2002 M04 1 - 240 pages
U-BOATS provides a fascinating and comprehensive chronicle of the development, activities, and fate of known U-boats. Operating mainly in the North Atlantic, they also fought campaigns along the east coast of the United States and in the Mediterranean, the Arctic, the Black Sea, the South Atlantic, and the Indian Ocean. You'll discover the tactics, technology, and weapons these vessels used to prey upon Allied warships and unarmed merchantmen alike, how they fought together in wolf packs and alone, how the crews lived beneath the waves, and how they died.

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David Miller is Official Fellow in Social and Political Theory, Nuffield College, Oxford University, and an editor for the Oxford Political Theory series. His other works include Pluralism, Justice, and Equality (edited with Michael Walzer, Oxford, 1995) and Market, State, and Community (1990).

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