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The Diary of a U-boat Commander The M.S of this amazing diary of a German U Boat Commander has fallen into our hands under somewhat unusual and mysterious circumstances, the name of the writer being withheld for reasons which will be readily apparent to all who read his astounding experiences It is, however, a story so thrilling and sensational that we have no hesitation in offering it as it stands to the public, kept so long in ignorance by the necessary evil of a rigid censorship A particularly human and intriguing touch is given to the book by the Author s very frank account of his mad infatuation for a beautiful girl of his own country who was inextricably involved in his incredible exploits and adventures on the high seas. Read The Diary of a U-boat Commander author R.N. Etienne – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. No one seems to know if this story is fact or fabrication No one knows if its fiction or not Check out the literature surrounding it no clues Check out all the reviews no certainty The author is sometimes listed as Karl von Schenk, the captain of said U boat, and sometimes as William Stephen Richard King Hall, a British naval officer and peer King Hall did in fact exist he was at one time a member of Parliament but his connection to this so called diary is in no way clear He appears no No one seems to know if this story is fact or fabrication No one knows if its fiction or not Check out the literature surrounding it no clues Check out all the reviews no certainty The author is sometimes listed as Karl von Schenk, the captain of said U boat, and sometimes as William Stephen Richard King Hall, a British naval officer and peer King Hall did in fact exist he was at one time a mem...

  2. The Great War broke out in 1914 as a result of a complex set of circumstances European Great Power competition characterized by especially aggressive imperialism, a rigid alliance system, mediocre political and diplomatic leadership, and an ongoing arms race on a grand scale Deeper forces, however, would sweep away the nineteenth century Old Order growing social and national unrest in Europe would lead in the twentieth century to the rise of socialism and nationalism, and its brash stepchild The Great War broke out in 1914 as a result of a complex set of circumstances European Great Power competition characterized by especially aggressive imperialism, a rigid alliance system, mediocre political and diplomatic leadership, and an ongoing arms race on a grand scale Deeper forces, however, would sweep away the nineteenth century Old Order growing social and national unrest in Europe would lead in the twentieth century to the rise of socialism and nationalism, and its brash stepchild totalitarianism Old enemies would again face one another in the Second World War.The Great War pitted the old methods of military warfare against the new human wave infantry and cavalry charges against machine guns and artillery and was of such horror and magnitude that its incomprehensibility left a lasting impression on that generatio...

  3. I only did it for the few and far between details on technical nature of submarines They still remained the only noteworthy paragraphs after I was done view spoiler The surprise was that it s a pretentious romance about a man whining all too early about not owning a woman one he barely knew and barely succeeded at learning anything about , followed by hopes that if she doesn t love guy A, the logical deduction is she has to be crazy about guy B, because that is all she s into in these time I only did it for the few and far between details on technical nature of submarines They still remained the only noteworthy paragraphs after I was done view spoiler The surprise was that it s a pretentious romance about a man whining all too early about not owning a woma...

  4. I was never quite sure whether this was an entirely fictional tale masquerading as a biography, or whether there s any truth to the story Either way, it was a good read, and I enjoyed itthan I had expected.

  5. Very compelling and tragic A quick read.

  6. Surprisingly good

  7. Interesting read, loved the mix of war and romance.

  8. Fictional account of a WW1 U Boat Commander and his love affair with an Allied spy For me it failed to work on most levels not enough feel for life as a U Boat commander as the novel the inspired Das Boot The love story part of it read a bit like Victorian melodrama Overall, a disappointment.

  9. Quite Tragic Sometimes boring.

  10. Not as much hardcore u boat action, but the love story was nice and the ending was bittersweet