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Lothar-Günther Buchheim: The Boat

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The Boat is the story of a World War II U-Boat and her crew, told with stunning force by Lothar-Günther Buchheim, who served on one, who saw the worst and who has remembered every detail with a blazing obsession. Of the 40,000 men aboard German submarines, 30,000 never returned.

Filled with unbearable urgency and excitement, this is more than a novel about war at sea, although it records the brutal details of death in battle. This is the fearful tale of men in mortal danger, a celebration of human endurance that, in its compassion, its beauty and its power, compares with All Quiet on the Western Front. Acclaimed--and damned--for its devastating candor about Germany's fighting men, this is a supreme novel about World War II by a man on the other side.

Bantam, 1976
564 oldal · Fordította: Denver Lindley, Helen Lindley

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