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U-boat Ace: Story of Wolfgang Luth Hardcover – 1 Mar 1992
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About the Author
Jordan Vause is a 1978 graduate of the US Naval Academy. Now retired, he worked for a defence contractor in California. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.
Top customer reviews
Even if you have only passing interest in WW2 this book is extemely interesting. If you are a little bit of a history nut as I am, this book is a MUST buy.
i thought the writing excellent - he has empathy for his subject, very important to have this.
and i whish Mr Vause had written alot more.
i have both his books and would highly recommend them.
i think this would make a great war film too.
its long enough. it doesnt drag with dull detail just to flesh out the pages.
the ending is terribly sad and unfortunate.
one that will remain on my book shelf.
when i had finished the book i had the strong feeling i had got to know
Wolfgang Luth; if a writer can do this, then you are in good hands.
problem with the subject is that not much solid info exists, except the tonnage totals, and what JORDAN VAUSE does
disclose is obviously very well researched. The best thing about the book though is the readability of it, you don't need a degree
in military history to read and understand the book or the man. Excellent book-subject-author. Can't give it more praise than that.
Well worth buying.
In a book that obviously involved an immense amount of research this is an ASTONISHING error and has seriously undermined my enjoyment of it.
The sinking of the heavy-cruiser Blücher was one of the most embarrassing naval blunders of the Second World War and how Mr Vause managed to get it SO wrong is astounding.
I will probably give the book the benefit of the doubt and read on but ...