Their Longest Voyages
by Jak P Mallmann Showell
A gripping account, based on previously unpublished diaries and crew accounts.

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U-Boats of the Second World War
£22.50

Their Longest Voyages
by Jak P Mallmann Showell
A gripping account, based on previously unpublished diaries and crew accounts.

Their Longest Voyages
by Jak P Mallmann Showell

This is a gripping account, based on previously unpublished diaries and crew accounts, of life on German U-boats during the Second World War. It describes, in detail, the horrendous conditions in which the crews operated in as they undertook long-distance missions to the United States and the Far East. It’s a book that shines the spotlight on the life these brave people had inside U-boats and provides information and details of their often harrowing experiences. Written by the son of a U-boat Captain of WWII, it is an accurate portrayal that will appeal to anyone with an interest in U-boats and the Second World War. 240 pages, illustrated with black and white photographs. Highly recommended.