The Diary of a U-boat Commander
by Sir William Stephen Richard King-Hall
Publisher: Feedbooks 1918
Number of pages: 119
The diary of a World War One U-Boat commander. As well as being a fascinating glimpse of life on the German U-boats during the intense submarine blockade, this also reminds us there were humans involved - on both sides of the action - as we read too of the intimate thoughts and intense love of a man longing for his sweetheart.
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