U-Boat Operations of the Second World War - Vol 2by Wynn, Kenneth
1998, United States Naval Inst.
336 pages, 9 maps, apps. bibliog. #1-8607/
Career Histories, U-511 - Uit25. This is the second of two volumes covering the operational histories of all the U-boats that saw action in World War II.
Please note: This listing may, or may not be complete.
We normally do not flip through a certain book cover to cover looking for mistakes.
|129||Says U-706 did 4 patrols.||According to Busch/Röll and others U-706 went out on 5 patrols.|
|155||Sinking information for U-759||U-759 was sunk on 15 July 1943, Caribbean, South of Haiti, 15-58N, 73-44W by VP-32 Sqdn. (Lt. R.C. Mayo)|
|196||U-966 shot down Wellington T of 407 (Canadian) RAF Sq.||The only Wellington that U-966 shot at was 'B' of 612 Sq, who first found and attacked them.|
|207||It says that U-476 was sunk NNW of KRISTIANSAND. This town is in the south of Norway and is wrong.||The town's name shall be KRISTIANSUND (not too far from Trondheim).|
|263||U-3003 is said to have been built by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg.||But she was built by Deschimag AG Weser, Bremen instead.|
|279||UD 1 is said to have been "Ex Norwegian 08".||She was really "Ex Netherlands 08".|