In two world wars, the waters off Britain were often a no go area because of submarine activity as the German U-boats laid waste to coastal shipping, fishing boats and shelled coastal towns. Some of these vessels were sunk and, including British and allied submarines, over 150 submarine wrecks dot the British coastline. Many are now visited by divers and deep diving has brought a wealth of deep wrecks within the reach of modern divers. Ron Young and Pamela Armstrong tell the story of just some of these wrecks in the first volume of their history and dive guide to every submarine and U-boat wreck of the British Isles. The first volume covers the East Coast from North East England to Kent and will prove to be the definitive record of the submarine wrecks of the British Isles. Click here http://www.wehrmacht-history.com/ to visit the Wehrmacht History website, whose primary focus is on all military vehicles planes, ships, and weapons from 1935 to 1945 used by Heer (army), Luftwaffe (Airforce), Kriegsmarine (Navy), U-boats (Submarines), Waffen SS (Hitler's Elite), and secondary there Leaders.