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U-Boat Assault on America: Why the US was Unprepared for War in the Atlantic Hardcover – 30 Nov 2017
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About the Author
KEN BROWN has had a long fascination with naval history and has been conducting research on U-boats off the East Coast of America for more than three years. He has had articles published in World at War Magazine on unrestricted submarine warfare by the United States in WWII, and on the loss of SS Normandie. He lives in New York and this is his first book.
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Brilliantly written and researched. Great photographs and information about WWII you don't learn in school.
29 January 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is brilliant. I learned how the US Navy, Annapolis, and submarine warfare developed. The black and white photographs are wonderful and awful - the blatant march of the Nazis in New York and the connection between gangsters and government is historic and deeper than I had ever known. The ineptness, political intrigue, and heroes are presented in language that is both sophisticated and easy to understand. Living now and learning about WWII and the importance of New York, both the harbor and the city from this book, I can only say how grateful I am that we won the war.