The Enemy We Killed, My Friend

by - Jones, David C.
1999, Gomer Press
ISBN 1859026249
Paperback, 136 pages, maps, photos
On 19 September, 1942 Officer Cadet D.C. Jones was on board the British vessel Quebec City when it was torpedoed by U-156 (Werner Hartenstein). Survivors were aided and shown charts to set a course for West Africa and were wished 'A good journey and safe landing. We hope to meet you again in a better and more peaceful world.' This book tells the author's story and includes the results of his research into Hartenstein's life.




Translations of this title include:

Den Feind den wir Tötetten, mein Freund

by - Jones, David C.
(The enemy we killed, my friend)
2001,
On 19 September, 1942 Officer Cadet D.C. Jones was on board the British vessel Quebec City when it was torpedoed by U-156 (Werner Hartenstein). Survivors were aided and shown charts to set a course for West Africa and were wished 'A good journey and safe landing. We hope to meet you again in a better and more peaceful world.' This book tells the author's story and includes the results of his research into Hartenstein's life.

 


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