Operation Drumbeat – By Michael Gannon







“OPERATION DRUMBEAT” The Dramatic True Story of Germany’s First U-Boat Attacks Along the American Coast in World War II. By Michael Gannon. The dramatic true World War II story of Germany’s first U-boat attacks along the American East Coast in 1942. Arguably the best book ever written on this fascinating subject––Gannon covers all the angles in Germany’s highly successful ‘Operation Drumbeat.’ Focusing much on the famed U-123, the most successful U-boat in the assault force, and on her commander, Reinhard Hardegen, who sank nineteen ships on two American patrols and twice received Germany’s highest decoration, the Knight’s Cross. Gannon also wrote the U-boat book titled “Black May.” 1990 first edition Hardback with dust jacket, not a Book Club. 490 pages, 31 black and white photos, charts, illustrations, a U-boat diagram and index. Large maps of the Atlantic inside front and back covers.

Good Cond.- $19.95


Other books of interest:

They Came To Kill

Black Flag

Black May

The Destruction Of Convoy PQ-17

Grey Wolf, Grey Sea

The Hunters And The Hunted

Iron Coffins – paperback edition

The Laconia Affair

Lone Wolf

MEMOIRS: Ten Years And Twenty Days

Night Raider Of The Atlantic

Operation Drumbeat

The Royal Oak Disaster

The Sea Wolves

Seizing The Enigma

Sharks & Little Fish

Torpedo Junction


U-Boat 977

U-Boats At War

U-Boat Commander

The U-Boat Offensive 1914 – 1945

U-Boats Offshore

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