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SUPPLIERS OF THE GREY WOLVES. THE STORY OF THE GERMAN SUBMARINE TANKERS 1941-43

GERMAN COMBAT DIVERS IN WORLD WAR II

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Schiffer Publishing 2008 Hardback 230mm x 150mm 144 pages over 50 b/w images.

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Presented here for the first time is the complete history of the German combat divers in World War II. The author discusses military diving, the development of technical equipment, the establishment and organisation of the German combat diver units, and their use in sabotage operations. Also, the completely unknown story of the creation of the "Sea Commando Battalion Brandenburg" and the navy's Combat Diver Training Deatchment 700 which emerged from it is discussed.

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Author Jung, Michael
Publisher Schiffer Publishing
ISBN 9780764330926
Date of Publication 2008
Edition N/A
Binding Hardback
Book Size 230mm x 150mm
Number of pages 144
Images over 50 b/w images
Language English Text
SKU MBN9315

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