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MacDonald, London. 1965. The desire to possess fleet submarines had, at one time or another, obsessed most of the major navies, and the German Navy was no exception. The existence of the fleet submarine had hardly over been justified by any firm requirement and it was somewhat surprising to note that, with the type XII, this project was again considered by the German Navy while fully engaged in a war of attrition on Allied sea-borne trade. Here listed are all WW2 submarines including types:- VIIC through to XXVIIB, also Midgets and Experimental V.80 & U.791; Plus support craft. Black cloth covered end boards. 28pp. 110 x 150 mm