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  • By Dan Stickler
    Oct 15, 2009
    "How did I miss this story?" This is a republished version of a really good story. The writer (anonymous or Stephen King-hall) really did a great job capturing the enthusiasm most people felt for the first world war. The young officer in the story is assigned trench duty while waiting for a U-Boat assignment, and he gets a good view of what the war means--meaningless death. But once he is able to get to sea aboard his U-boat, he directs his patriotism to sinking enemy ships. I was not aware how fragile the first WW u-boats were, they are a lot like the first areoplanes. When he is on shore he meets an attractive woman and a very believeable and sweet romance begins. There is a lot of give and take, a lot of tactical maneuvering between the officer and his adorable Zoe as he seeks to win her love. Back to sea, under a drunkard captain, and he rises in the ranks until he is a U-boat commander… then disaster strikes, a stunning epiphany! This is a good war story and a great... More > love story. Very good read!< Less
  • By Mike Nco
    Dec 31, 1969
    "Hmm.. realism out the window" As an ex submariner, I am afraid that this left me quite unmoved. Yes, the early boats were fragile the operators were heros. But this 'fiction' was written by a person who lives in a world of fantasy, not real world experience.
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Product Details

Deep Domain
June 4, 2006
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.72 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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