6 edition of U-Boats Offshore found in the catalog.
Edwin Palmer Hoyt
by Jove Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
Shadow Divers (published in ) is a non-fictional book by Robert Kurson recounting of the discovery of a World War II German U-boat 60 miles (97 km) off the coast of New Jersey, United States in Overview. In , a group of divers, including Author: Robert Kurson. On J , as thousands of vacationers lounged in the sun at Virginia Beach, two massive fireballs erupted just offshore from a convoy of oil tankers steaming into Chesapeake Bay. While men, women, and children gaped from the shore, two damaged oil tankers fell out of line and began to sink. Then a small escort warship blew apart in a violent explosion.
Ghost Flotilla U-boats: Embarkation by Susan R. Matthews Goond—for “Gunther,” Oberleutnant zur See Gunther Hols, First Officer on board the “Smoking Salmon”—leaned up against the railing of the gun platform aft of U’s bridge, enjoying the . Long ago I had read “U-Boats Offshore”, the tale of the first six months on the Atlantic seaboard after the US entry into WWII. And from family here, I had heard the stories of IJN I Boats operating off the California coast in the early days after December 7. Of course that inspired me to read into those events.
I'm reading a book called Torpedo Junction which is essentially about U-boats attacks offshore the east coast most notably so far Long Island, Cape Hatteras, Ocean City Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay. I've heard the before but it still astonished me that they got the close without detection. The book delivers much more than the title alone suggests, including striking photography, and will enrich the experience of all who sail upon these challenging waters.-Tom Zydler _Here We Are: The History, Meaning, and Magic of GPS_ by Jim Carrier ($3 for the e-book; ; New Word City). If you use or have been exposed to GPS—and who hasn.
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Describing itself as the first book ever to recount the story of how U-boats crossed the Atlantic in World War II to attack U.S. shipping (it precedes the publication of Gannon's Operation Drumbeat by more than a decade), the book catalogs in remarkable detail the pattern of circumstances that made this first/5.
The more I read, the more I got the feeling that Hoyt didn't have a lot to say about U-boats offshore that wasn't already available in the public record and other books, no matter how much he touts this subject as "never explored" in his opening, rather self-congratulatory paragraph. He doesn't even deal satisfactorily with how the coastal /5(4).
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out of 5 stars U-Boats Offshore: The Never-Before-Told Story of Hitler's Strike Against America. by Edwin Palmer Hoyt. U-BOATS OFFSHORE” When Hitler Struck America. By Edwin P. Hoyt. From the author of “Bowfin,” “Submarines At War” and so many other great World War II naval books.
In earlyHitler’s U-boat. The U-boat War in World War Two (Kriegsmarine, ) and World War One (Kaiserliche Marine, ) and the Allied efforts to counter the threat. Over pages on the officers, the boats, technology and the Allied efforts to counter the U-boat threat.
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Get this from a library. U-boats offshore: when Hitler struck America. [Edwin P Hoyt] -- We very nealy lost WWII. Not at Pearl Harbor nor in the land battles of Europe, but on our own doorstep. This is the story of what happened in the early days of the war when Nazi U-boats were sent.
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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down Author: Edwin Palmer Hoyt. U-boat is an anglicised version of the German word U-Boot (), a shortening of Unterseeboot, literally "undersea boat".While the German term refers to any submarine, the English one (in common with several other languages) refers specifically to military submarines operated by Germany, particularly in the First and Second World Wars.
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Hoyt HC book WWII submarine naval war history - U-Boats Offshore by Edwin P. Hoyt HC book WWII submarine naval war history. $ Free shipping. Degen's successful infiltration of the Chesapeake Bay in mid-June drove home the U-boats' success, and his spectacular attack terrified the American public as never before.
But Degen's cruise was interrupted less than a month later, when U.S. Army Air Forces Lieutenant Harry J. Kane and his aircrew spotted the silhouette of U offshore.5/5(4).
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Hoyt has ransacked the public libraries of the East Coast cities from Long Island to Florida, the Washington Naval Archives, Samuel Eliot Morison's WW II naval histories, Admiral Doenitz' biography, etc., and produced a chock-a-block history of U-boat action off the coast during and and American unpreparedness.
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U-Boats Offshore by Edwin P. Hoyt Author:Edwin P. Hoyt [Hoyt, Edwin P.], Date: Febru ,Views: 45 but Naval Intelligence knew that the real reason was Doenitz’s dispatch of most of the U-boats to the Caribbean and Florida waters. The result was an unreal quiet in the north.
On a large convoy, headed south from New York. Click to read more about U-Boats Offshore: When Hitler Struck America by Edwin Palmer Hoyt. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5.
U-boats offshore: when Hitler struck America by Hoyt, Edwin P. New York: Stein and Day, Hard cover. Very good in good dust jacket. Jacket has a few small tears and general wear along edges, and is moderately age browned with some soiling.
Pages are lightly age browned, text unmarked, binding tight. Book Club Ed. viii, p., p. of plates: ill.; 24 cm.I'd recommend the following: Herbert A. Werner, "Iron Coffins" Herbert Werner served in u-boats from to the end of the end of the war, ending up a u-boat captain in the latter stages of World War II.
Werner beat the odds; he was one of onl. U-Boats sunk 23 vessels in the St. Lawrence and, inin a mission to drop off a spy, a U-Boat skulked so close to shore that it was briefly caught in the headlights of a Author: Tristin Hopper.