Iron Coffins by Herbert Werner

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Iron Coffins by Herbert Werner

Postby Halasian » Sat Oct 26, 2013 9:41 am

Iron Coffins by Herbert Werner. It's about the memoirs of a U-Boat officer in World War 2. It is interesting that at the time of its writing, ULTRA was still classified, and the thinking of the Germans was that the Allies were using some precise direction-finding radar to pinpoint where the U-Boats were in the Atlantic when they made radio transmissions, because Allied aircraft would appear shortly thereafter. They had no idea their code was broken.
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