Undersea Warriors: The Untold History of the Royal Navy's Secret Service


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Pegasus Books
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6.2 X 9.1 X 1.7 inches | 1.5 pounds

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About the Author

Iain Ballantyne has covered naval and military issues for prestigious publications published on behalf of NATO and the Royal Navy. His recent books include Killing The Bismarck; Hunter Killers; and Bismarck: 24 Hours to Doom, all published in England. Iain lives in England.


Tells the story of undersea warfare entertainingly, without skimping on technical details. The book is full of entertaining and moving stories, especially of the British submariners. An indispensable book for anyone interested in naval history and a great read for everyone else.
A comprehensive history of the submarine. With this overview of the revolutionary warship, Ballantyne ably introduces readers to a subject that boasts an immense bibliography. A great selection for any general interest collection.
This well written and absorbing book clearly illustrates truths about war at sea. I commend it to you.--Admiral Sir Jonathon Band [praise for The Deadly Deep]
Iain Ballantyne plunges you into the thick of the action. This book surely confirms Iain Ballantyne's position in the front rank of contemporary naval historians.--John Roberts, Royal Navy, author of Safeguarding the Nations [praise for The Deadly Deep]
Richly informative and captivating.-- (08/01/2019)
Ballantyne draws on his numerous contacts in the Royal Navy and his deep technical and historical knowledge of the service and its equipment to construct this extremely detailed history of the submarine. Cold War and naval history aficionados will find this a treasure trove.-- (08/12/2019)