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by Panic Ensues Software
Price: $6.99
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  • Tactical planning and execution
  • Choose your gameplay style: Stealthy or aggresive
  • Enemy ship AI

The Hunters: German U-Boats at War, 1939-43 (2nd Printing)

by GMT Games
Price: $45.00
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  • Average Playing Time: Two-Three Hours
  • High level of replayability
  • A great solitaire game (with options for more players)

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The Hunters is a solitaire tactical level game placing you in command of a German U-boat during WWII. Your mission is to destroy as much Allied Shipping and as many Capital ships as possible while advancing your crew quality and increasing your commander rank culminating in special decoration - all while remembering you have to make it home.

The Hunters is purposely designed to deliver a brisk yet intensive gaming experience that forces many decisions upon you as you will take command among the major German U-boat models in service during WWII, and try to complete an entire tour. If you ultimately survive all patrols from 1939 to 1943, you will be transferred to the U-boat Training Command for the remainder of the war, having successfully carried out your service for the Fatherland.

Those familiar with the classic Avalon Hill game title, B-17: Queen of the Skies, will come to enjoy the same type of gaming experience of the German U-boat War. All major U-boat models are accounted for with every level of detail including period of service, armaments, crew make-up, damage capacity, and more.

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U-Boat Strike Logs
U-Boat Strike Logs
Published by Seaforth Publishing 2011
ISBN 9781848321182,184832118X
460 pages
During the Second World War over 250 Allied warships from a dozen navies were sent to the backside by German U-boats. This ground-breaking study provides a detailed analysis of every sinking for which source material survives from both the Allied and the German sides, resulting in blow-by-blow treatment of the fate of 110 vessels, with the remainder summarised in an extensive appendix. Uniquely, each entry is built around a specialist conveyance of the relevant segment of the war diary (log) of the U-boat in question, taken directly from the surviving originals – remarkably, this represents the first large-scale booklet of the U-boat war diaries in any language. The book offers a wealth of new information, not only with respect to the circumstances of the sinkings from both the Allied and German perspectives, but also to the technical territory in which they lived as well as the fate of the crews. The entries include background details on the vessels concerned and the men involved, with a selection of rare and carefully chosen photos from archives and collections wide the world. Each entry is itself a compelling narrative, but is backed with a list of sources consulted, including documents, published works and websites. A decade in the making, this is indubitably the most important book on the U-boat war to be published for many a year

Erik Larson recounts the deadly crossing of the ocean liner Lusitania - Washington Post

On May 1, 1915, this “floating village in blade,” the jewel of Britain’s Cunard line, set forth from New York bound for Liverpool, carrying 1,959 passengers and group members — including 189 Americans. German U-boats were patrolling the North Atlantic, and Germany had issued a heartless warning: British shipping lanes were.

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