K-Men: The Story of the German Frogmen and Midget Submarines

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George Mann Limited, 1955 - Midget submarines - 202 pages
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Brilliant account of the early special forces navy frogmen of the German Navy unbound by the "party" of the political views of The Fuhrer.
With special dispensation even the Army knew little of these
very brave men.
Many perished but the success of this small force far outweighed the loss in military terms.
If the K-Men were around at the beginning of the War instead of their formation towards the end, then the true tide of the War may have been very different as the Allies would certainly have been paralysed.
Speaking as a former Nuclear Submarine Rating, I have some empathy with these brave souls even as the Enemy.
Tony Stratford (Submariner & Firefighter) 6/1/15
 

Contents

THE SPECIAL NAVAL COMMANDOS
17
THE NIGGERSONEMAN TORPEDOES
25
NIGGERS ATTACK THE INVASION FLEET
44
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