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by Peter Padfield

  • Author: Peter Padfield
  • ISBN: 0471249459
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  • Category: Humanities
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War Beneath the Sea: Submarine Conflict During World War II ePub download

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Praise for War Beneath the Sea "I am truly filled with awe and admiration. great submarine book, puts you there. I wish I had written the book. Edward L. Beach, USN (Re. author of Run Silent, Run Deep "Peter Padfield is the best British naval historian of his generation now working. will now become the standard work on the subject. Наиболее популярные в Научная литература.

The first book to cover all the major submarine campaigns during World War II, "War Beneath the . I entered the submarine service less than two decades after the last World War ended and served on two submarines from that conflict.

The first book to cover all the major submarine campaigns during World War II, "War Beneath the Sea" describes in detail the operations of the British, American, Japanese, and Italian submarine and anti-submarine forces. A leading naval and military historian presents the first book to cover the major submarine campaigns in all the WWII theaters. As such, I was familiar with the role of the United States submarine service in the Pacific.

Padfield's book is a comprehensive examination of submarine warfare from 1939 to 1945

Padfield's book is a comprehensive examination of submarine warfare from 1939 to 1945. It includes extensive information about the whole spectrum of boats from manned torpedos through to the Japanese submarine float plane carriers.

War Beneath the Sea Submarine Conflict during World War II Padfield, Peter. Check out our new extensive section on all the Allied Warships during WWII in all theatres of the war. Over 21,000 ships. They were just young sailors - nearly all of them were under thirty - performing their difficult duty on and beneath the waves in the true Nelsonian sense as the British sailors did theirs: the latter "For King and Country", the former "Für Kaiser und Reich". In a unique event the torpedoed ship - an old Portuguese gunboat - just sank over his head and very nearly managed to draw SM U139 with it to the bottom of the sea.

Praise for War Beneath the Sea I am truly filled with awe and . The Economist marvelously complete and detailed study of World War II submarine warfar. n interesting, serious, and timely book.

Praise for War Beneath the Sea I am truly filled with awe and admiratio. ascinating and a great contribution to the entire lore of submarine. . Houston Chronicle A brilliant submarine warfare study.

A leading naval and military historian presents the first book to cover the major submarine campaigns in all the WWII theaters

A leading naval and military historian presents the first book to cover the major submarine campaigns in all the WWII theaters. Vividly recreates the experience of submarine and anti-submarine warfare from the decision makers in the war offices to the men in the boats. Describes the disappointing performance of the giant Japanese submarines in the Pacific and the narrow margin by which Britain escaped defeat by German U-boats in the Battle of the Atlantic

Peter L. N. Padfield (born 1932) is a British author, biographer, historian, and journalist who specializes in naval history and in the Second World War period. His early journalism appeared under the name P. L. Padfield.

Peter L. As well as his non-fiction work, he has also published four novels. Born in British India, Padfield attended a well-known boarding school for boys, Christ's Hospital, then trained for a naval career as a Royal Naval Reserve cadet on HMS Worcester.

Praise for War Beneath the Sea. ""I am truly filled with awe and admiration. This is a remarkably good book. Padfield assesses the World War II submarine campaigns of all the major belligerents and does so thoroughly. It is hard to imagine a better book on the subject for the general public.

A leading naval and military historian presents the first book to cover the major submarine campaigns in all the WWII theaters. Vividly recreates the experience of submarine and anti-submarine warfare from the decision makers in the war offices to the men in the boats. Describes the disappointing performance of the giant Japanese submarines in the Pacific and the narrow margin by which Britain escaped defeat by German U-boats in the Battle of the Atlantic. Reveals new information about the capture of the Enigma cipher machine, harrowing accounts of defenseless warriors shot in the water and much more. Contains 16 pages of photographs, many published for the first time.