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Very Good. Very nice paperback. No spine crease. Light wear. Text is clean, unmarked, tight. (Shelf location: N) All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Tracking included.
Very Good. Very nice large paperback. No spine crease. Only slight wear. Text is clean, unmarked, tight. (Shelf location: BH) All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Tracking included.
Near Fine. Large, sturdy paperback in excellent condition, a remainder dot on the bottom edge is the only remarkable flaw to this clean, attractive copy, "Eyewitness accounts of submarine operations, a remarkable discourse on the art of submarine command by a U-boat ace, and extracts from contemporary naval documents underline the reality of the U-boat wars, " 190 pages, many photos and other illustrations, includes a bibliography.
B/W Photos & Illustrations. Near Fine. The German submarines that sank over 8, 000 merchant vessels and nearly brought victory to Germany get their first due in a 30-year chronicle, based on eyewitness accounts, interviews with U-boat aces, and research in just-released German naval documents. Over 100 photos, charts, and diagrams show the strategic and tactical evolution of U-boat offensives in both WWI and WWII, with records of losses on both sides, along with technical advances and methods used for defending against them. One very minor crease on corner of cover, otherwise in very nice condition.
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