Photographs. VG+ in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 224 pages including index. ISBN-13: 9781861762412. Blue boards. Light wear to the corners. Corners are square. Light wear top and bottom of spine. Spine is tight and there are no loose pages. Gilt lettering on spine is bright. Previous owner's name inside top front cover. There are no other marks or writing in the book. Numerous bw photographs in the book. Dust jacket has light shelf wear top and bottom. Cover color are bright and sharp.
Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. DJ is very clean and unmarked, minor shelf wear, rubbing. Text is tight and unmarked, tight spine. Previous owners name written on first inside page.; A book that looks behind the scenes at the men who built the boats and those who fought in them. While the boats themselves are described a broader picture is painted of life in the U-boat arm.; Photographs; 0.87 x 9.76 x 7.48 Inches; 256 pages.
I have been a fan of submarines for many years and have a large collection of historical and fictional pieces covering the entire history of submarines. This book has to rank as one of the best in my collection. Fantastic photography and lots of facts missing from other works are covered very well. I recommend this work to anyone who is fascinated by the development of the submarine.
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