Baker & Taylor Offers an account of the German naval strategy that led to the U.S.'s worst defeat at sea and describes the Navy's poor response to the German assault
HARPERCOLL The dramatic national bestseller and remarkably exciting account of Germany's little-known U-boat campaign against merchant shipping along the North American Atlantic coast during the first six months of 1942.
Book News Operation drumbeat was the code name of the first German assault against the US in World War II. Gannon focuses on U-123, the most successful U-boat in the assault force, and on her commander, Reinhard Hardegen, who sank 19 ships on two American patrols and twice received Germany's highest decoration, the Knight's Cross. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.