5 edition of Iron coffins found in the catalog.
Herbert A. Werner
|Statement||by Herbert A. Werner.|
|LC Classifications||D780 .W45 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 329 p.|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||71080336|
Jul 20, · Iron Coffins is a book by Herbert Werner, one of the few surviving U-Boat captains of WW2 (but died in ). I just thought subs dived, floated around for a bit, dodged depth charges, the ships got bored and sailed off after 10 minutes. Sep 21, · Death, Burial and Iron Coffins How Almond Dunbar Fisk’s invention revolutionized death’s place in American life. By Scott Warnasch Iron coffins are fascinating artifacts of a time when.
“IRON COFFINS” A personal account of the German U-boat battles of World War II. By Herbert A. Werner. Foreword by Captain Edward L. Beach, USN (Ret.). During his five years with the German Navy in World War II, author Herbert Werner served aboard . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Iron Coffins by Herbert Werner (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).
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The number of times Werner cheated death and escaped from the Allies defies belief/5. Iron Coffins: A Personal Account of the German U-boat Battles of World War II, by Herbert A Werner (). Herbert A. Werner (13 May – 6 April ) was a German submarine officer and captain during World War mpcs.online served in five U-boats and survived the sinking of U in the Baltic and the loss of U in Brest harbour.
Werner moved to the United States in and became Iron coffins book American citizen. Biography. Herbert Werner was born in Freiburg im Breisgau in Battles/wars: Battle of the Atlantic. Jun 04, · I was looking for a book that would tell the story of the German U-boat saga and not be biased or critical.
I happened to find it here in “Iron Coffins”: A Personal Account of the U-boat Battles of mpcs.online by Herbert A Werner; one of the last surviving Captains still engaged in the war that could not be won/5(11).
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Some minor wear to the spine. Seller Inventory # GOR Aug 11, · Iron Coffins MC is an outlaw motorcycle club founded in Toledo, Ohio in Iron Coffins MC History. The Iron Coffins Motorcycle Club were founded in Toledo, Ohio in Originally they were founded under the name of “Chosen Few”, however they.
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Werner, HC/DJ, published by Holt, Rinehart, Winston, in This is a book club edition. Per the book: “A personal account of the German U-boat battles of World War II.”Seller Rating: % positive.
A first hand account of the German U-boat battles of World War II, by one of the very few surviving commanders. This is a story of triumph, disaster and eventual survival against all odds. Herbert Werner was one of the few U-boat commanders whose skill, daring and incredible luck saw him safely through to the end of the war.
His is an epic and. This was not meant to be such a book. For anyone interested in the U-boat war this is one on the must have list. This review is based on the edition published in England in Review written by Guðmundur Helgason.
Published on 29 Aug This title is highly recommended. Purchase information: Get Iron Coffins now at mpcs.online ($ ). Oct 03, · Iron coffins were very expensive for the era and used by the wealthy and elite, including former first lady Dolley Madison, former President Zachary Taylor, and former Vice President John C.
iron coffins world war herbert werner das boot end of the war years ago must read u-boat commander well written disaster and defeat book i have read read this book worth reading military history german perspective battle of the atlantic best wwii book is a fascinating great book ever read/5(46).
The Battle of the Atlantic was one of the most savage and strategically significant campaigns of World War II: 28, out of 39, men in the German U-boat force disappeared beneath the waves. Herbert A. Werner, one of the few surviving German U-boat commanders, served on five submarines from to From the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, from the English Channel to the North Sea, he 4/5(8).
Mar 19, · A Grave Warning About Iron Coffins. A Grave Warning About Iron Coffins. whose husband is a book-keeper in Flemming & Co.’s drug store, on Magazine Street, in this city [New Orleans, LA], died very suddenly last July, of what was pronounced sun-stroke.
She was a school teacher in one of our most popular public schools, and resided, if I am. Iron Coffins A Personal Account of the German U-Boat Battles of World War II. By Werner, Herbert A. Da Capo Press ISBN X Paperback, pages. Descripton: Herbert A. Werner was the Commander of U and U This book tells the story of his wartime career, including his service on U and U as well as his commands.
The. Jul 15, · Iron coffins: a personal account of the German U-boat battles of World War IIHolt, Rinehart and Winston in English - [Book Club ed.]. Iron Coffins. I've re-arranged the content of this article, to make a section on Werner's book, “Iron Coffins” as most of the information here has been drawn from it.
It is an impressive personal memoir, but it is hardly a reliable source: A number of the incidents he describes are demonstrably untrue, and much of the rest is unverifiable.(Rated Start-Class): WikiProject Military history.May 02, · mpcs.online - Charles McCain reviews "Iron Coffins: A Personal Account of the German U-Boat Battles of World War Two" by Herbert A.
Werner. "I'm fascinated by the comments I .Sep 13, · By way of introduction to the article issuing a grave warning about iron coffins, here is the back-story of the burial alive in New Orleans mentioned in that article’s first paragraph.
This particular, heart-rending article had a huge circulation over several years and the way it spread and changed, suggests an urban legend.