E-Boat Alert: Defending the Normandy Invasion Fleet

E-Boat Alert: Defending the Normandy Invasion Fleet[Reading] ➳ E-Boat Alert: Defending the Normandy Invasion Fleet ➻ James F. Tent – Bluevapours.co.uk provides an excellent history of E boats from end of WWI to the end of WWII Shows not only developmental history, but development of strategy, technical specifications of boats and how they rapidly ch provides an excellent history of Defending the ePUB ´ E boats from end of WWI to the end of WWII Shows not only developmental history, but development E-Boat Alert: PDF or of strategy, technical specifications of boats and how they rapidly changed during WWII and their theater of operations.

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E-Boat Alert: Defending the Normandy Invasion Fleet Epub
  • Hardcover
  • 286 pages
  • E-Boat Alert: Defending the Normandy Invasion Fleet
  • James F. Tent
  • English
  • 05 April 2018
  • 1557508054

9 thoughts on “E-Boat Alert: Defending the Normandy Invasion Fleet

  1. Matt says:

    This book was very enjoyable It covered a short period of time from the Slapton Sands disaster weeks before D Day that could have given the Germans the location of the landings for the Invasion of Europe to the end of Operation Neptune the naval part of Operation Overlord or D Day What was interesting was the response to the Slapton Sands disaster and how it evolved into the E Boat schnellboote being a major threat when before they had been an annoyance The Allied response to the E Boats This book was very enjoyable It covered a short period of time from the Slapton Sands disaster weeks before D Day that could have given the Germans the location of the landings for the Invasion of Europe to the end of Operation Neptune the naval part of Operation Overlord or D Day What was interesting was the response to the Slapton Sands disaster and how it evolved into the E Boat schnellboote being a major threat when before they had been an annoyance The Allied response to the E Boats was interesting because it didn t involve any ships to counteract the E Boat threat Instead they used the Royal Air Force in a massive bombing attack on June 14, 1944 The result of this attack was incredible I found myself imagining the forces being used to create such destruction and it was mind numbing Trent includes some RAF history of bombing that is fascinating and gives an insight to how the bombing campaign became very effective in 1943 to 1944 I will want to readabout Bomber Command and in particular the Dam Busters of No 617 Squadron after reading this book.Trent uses a nice pace to describe the action and doesn t get bogged down in the minutia that other History authors do This was a great book that got to the point, had excellent illustrations of the boats construction, the fabrication of the tallboy bomb, to actual photo reconnaissance pictures This book is recommended to anyone interested in D Day, naval and or air force histories

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