U-Boat 1936 - 1945 (Type VIIA, B, C and Type VIIC/41) Haynes Owners Manual

An insight into owning, operating and maintaining

by Alan Gallop

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U-Boat 1936 - 1945 (Type VIIA, B, C and Type VIIC/41) Haynes Owners Manual: An insight into the design, construction and operation of the feared World War 2 German Type VIIC U-boat. The German Type VIIC U-boat, scourge of Allied shipping convoys during the Second World War, was the workhorse of the German U-boat force.

With some 568 Type VIIs in use between 1940 and 1945 it was a potent fighting vessel that could hunt for long periods in the far reaches of the western and southern Atlantic. Centrepiece of the Haynes U-boat Manual is the sole surviving example of a Type VIIC U-boat, U-995, which is on display at the German Naval Memorial near Kiel in northern Germany.

Contents:
● Introduction
● The U-Boat Story
● The U-Boat at War
● Anatomy of the Type VII Class
● Type VII Armament
● Type VII Crew
● Type VII Action

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  • Publisher: Haynes Publications
  • ISBN: 0857334042 (0-857-33404-2)
  • ISBN-13: 9780857334046 (978-0-857-33404-6)
  • Format: Hardcover, 160 pages
  • Date Published: 2014

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