London: Conway Maritime Press, 2003, Hardback in dust wrapper.
2nd (revised) edition, 1st printing, first published 1984. Includes: Black & white profiles; Black & white photographs; Diagrams; Tables; Frontispiece;
From the cover: The Type VII U-boat, especially in its Type VIIC variant, submarine was the workhorse of the German navy during the Second World War. The Type VIIs were a lineal design descendant of German UB-type coastal U-boats of the First World War, but utilised better steels and welding, and benefited from more advanced structural theory, to obtain a much deeper diving depth.
Over 700 Type VII U-boats were built before and during the war. Submarines of this class were involved in some of the most dramatic events of the first year of the war the sinkin…
In the Anatomy of the Ship series.
Very Good+ in Very Good Dust Wrapper. A faint strip of sunning to the join of the upper panel, a decent copy otherwise.
Matching Pictorial boards. 95 pages. 9¾” x 10¼”.
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