German Kriegsmarine in WWII



The German Navy during World War II played a crucial role in disrupting Allied shipping, especially in the early years, when Britain stood alone against Nazi aggression following the fall of France. Broken down by campaign and key encounters within each theatre of war, German Kriegsmarine in WWII illustrates the strengths and organizational structures of the Third Reich's naval forces, building into a detailed compendium of information. Full-colour order of battle tree diagrams at fleet and flotilla level help the reader speedily understand how and where the ships and U-boats of the German Navy were employed at any given time between 1939-45. Quick reference tables provide fleet strengths while organizational diagrams show the types and numbers of ships involved in specific operations, such as the U-Boat wolfpacks who hunted Allied merchant shipping in the North Atlantic and the invasion fleet used for the assault on Crete. With extensive organizational diagrams and full-colour operations maps, German Kriegsmarine in WWII is an easy-to-use guide to German naval forces. The book is an essential reference for any serious enthusiast of naval warfare in World War II.

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