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E-Boat Alert: Defending the Normandy Invasion Fleet

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provides an excellent history of E-boats from end of WWI to the end of WWII. Shows not only developmental history, but development of strategy, technical specifications of boats and how they rapidly changed during WWII and their theater of operations.
Hardcover, 286 pages
Published March 1st 1996 by Naval Institute Press
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This book was very enjoyable. It covered a short period of time from the Slapton Sands disaster weeks before D-Day that could have given the Germans the location of the landings for the Invasion of Europe to the end of Operation Neptune (the naval part of Operation Overlord or D-Day). What was interesting was the response to the Slapton Sands disaster and how it evolved into the E-Boat (schnellboote) being a major threat when before they had been an annoyance.

The Allied response to the E-Boats
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