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The Enemy We Killed, My Friend

By Jones, David C.
1999, Gomer Press
ISBN 1859026249
Paperback, 136 pages, maps, photos

Descripton: 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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From the uboat.net review: David C. Jones narrowly survived the sinking of Quebec City, on which he was a merchant cadet officer, by squeezing out through a porthole. More than 50 years later, his memories of the encounter with the U-boat responsible prompted him to tra ...
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Ships hit by U-boats. Quebec City
U-boats of WWII. U-156
U-boat Commanders of WWII. Werner Hartenstein

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