Autor Thema: ALLIED SUBMARINE OPERATIONS IN GREECE DURING WORLD WAR II 1941 – 1944  (Gelesen 978 mal)

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ALLIED SUBMARINE OPERATIONS IN GREECE
     DURING WORLD WAR II 1941 – 1944

By Byron Tesapsides


I`ve just published my last book, titled „Allied Submarine Operations in Greece during World War Two“, which reports, based on the allies war diaries, regarding the operations of the following allied submarines in the Greek waters during 1941-1944:

Parthian, Osiris, Perseus, Porpoise, Proteus, Rorqual, Sea Rover, Seraph, Shakespeare, Sibyl, Sickle, Simoom, Sokol, Sportsman, Surf, Tactician, Taku, Talisman, Taurus, Tetrarch, Thorn, Thraser, Thunderbolt, Torbay, Traveller, Trespasser, Trident, Triumph, Trooper, Truant, Turbulent, Ultimatum, Ultor, Unrivalled, Unruly, Unsparing, Unserving, Untiring, Upstart, Vigorous, Virtue, Visigoth, Vivid, Voracious, Vox, Vampire, Dolffjin, Dzik, Curie, Glavkos, Katsonis, Matrozos, Nereus, Pipinos, Papanikolis and Triton.

All those mentioned allied submarines -included British, Greek, Polish, French and Dutch subs- observed enemy movements, laid mines, landed supplies and men for clandestine purposes and harassed and disrupted the traffic between the major ports and the outlying garrisons of the occupied Greek islands and the mainland. All those operations, against the Axis forces, were not only conducted against unarmed caiques but also against heavy armed war ships.

The reader will find in that book detailed reports of all the major and minor operations based on the war diaries of the allied submarines.
It is going to help every researcher and history enthusiast who is interested in the marine operations in the Greek waters during WWII.

auf Englisch geschrieben,
416 pages, price 32,00 € + shipping (via courier) Greece 6,00 € ,  Europe or USA 12,00 € 
Contact :  tesapsides@gmail.com

...und eine Chronik aus dem Buch über das HMS Torbay zum Verständnis des Inhaltes.

http://www.mediafire.com/view/?7981usqjm5uc0ci



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