2 edition of U-boat prisoner found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Archie Gibbs, edited by Eugene Leuchtman.|
|Contributions||Leuchtman, Eugene, ed.|
|LC Classifications||D811 .G5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi p., 1 l., 208 p.|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||43011695|
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U-boat prisoner;: The life story of a Texas sailor, Hardcover – January 1, by Archie Gibbs (Author)5/5(1).
U-Boat Commander by Prien, GüntherTempus Publishing Ltd. ISBN Paperback, pages, 11 b&w photographs Wartime autobiography of the most famous U-boat commander, probably ghost-written by Wolfgang Frank. - This book has been translated from another language.
Purchase information: Get U-Boat Commander now at What I got in the book was a story about life in WWI and the period afterwards. The actual text of the book was average.
The story is kind of slow. However, there are some rare gems buried in the story of his life. That is the good of the book. U-boat prisoner book Pastor Niemoller was a U 4/5(1). The war diary of former German naval officer Otto Giese recounts a seafaring career U-boat prisoner book extraordinary scope.
It begins with the dawn of World War II, while the author is a junior officer on board the ocean liner SS Columbus, and continues through his confinement in a British prisoner-of-war camp after the book showcases more than one hundred high-quality/5.
Hans Goebeler is known as the man who “pulled the plug” on U in to keep his beloved U-boat out of Allied hands. 'Steel Boat, Iron Hearts' is his no-holds-barred account of service aboard a combat U-boat. It is the only full-length memoir of its kind, and Goebeler was aboard for every one of /5().
About the Author Hans Jacob Goebeler was born in Bottendorf, Germany, on November 9, At the age of 17, he joined the Navy and served as control room mate aboard UYears later, Goebeler moved his family to the United States to be close to his beloved boat and began penning his wartime passed away in /5().
U-Boat Prisoner, also known as Dangerous Mists, is a American ion was credited to Lew Landers. [dead link]Budd Boetticher said the film was "an eight day picture" and claims he was called in to help finish it as he had with Landers' Submarine Raider.
Boetticher called Landers "a no-talent guy. They called him the "D" director there at Columbia; he just wasn't any good. The U-boat War in World War Two (Kriegsmarine, ) and World War One (Kaiserliche Marine, ) and the Allied efforts to counter the threat.
Over pages on the officers, the boats, technology and the Allied efforts to counter the U-boat threat. Full titles read: "U - BOAT PRISONERS" Greenock, Scotland. Various M/S's of the German crew of a sunken submarine leaving destroyer and being taken off to prisoner of war camp in a charbanc, the U.
Undoubtedly, the title will be a selling factor for this book, though that episode is only a small part of Archie Gibbs' life, as he came up the hard way.
His mother died in a mental home, his father walked out on them, one brother was adopted, and he was sent to reform school. This book presents a detailed account of the events that led to the execution of seven U-boat sailors in an American POW camp in August, Accused and found guilty of the murder of a fellow POW, the seven were hanged consecutively in the space of three hours in the last mass execution in United States history.
u-boat prisoner by Archie Gibbs ‧ RELEASE DATE: J A biography of life the hard way, as Gibbs' tells of his scarred childhood, parentless, sent to a reform school, where he never did become adjusted, but where the little kindness he met had a worthwhile : Archie Gibbs.
InGerman U-boat U was captured south east of Iceland. Forty crew were rescued to become POW's. Midshipman Koenig was sent to a POW camp in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada.
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives Personal narratives, American: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gibbs, Archie, U-boat prisoner. Boston, Houghton. Directed by Lew Landers, Budd Boetticher.
With Bruce Bennett, Erik Rolf, John Abbott, John Wengraf. An American sailor poses as a Nazi spy in this implausible WWII action drama that reportedly is based on the actual experience of Archie Gibbs, a seaman detained aboard a German submarine.
Gibbs assumes the identity of a Nazi whose ship has been sunk/10(2). Daniel Vincent Gallery was a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy. He saw extensive action during World War II, fighting U-Boats during the Battle of the Atlantic, where his most notable achievement was the June 4,capture of the German submarine U/5.
The title of this book refers to the means by which 25 German POWs, mainly U-boat officers, escaped from Papago Park prison camp in Arizona, USA just before Christmas in Led by Jürgen Wattenberg, captain of U, the escape was the culmination of a highly organized and intense preparation which even included a trial run.
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All-purpose Columbia contractee Bruce Bennett (formerly college athlete Herman Brix) was awarded a leading role in the wartime "B" U-Boat Prisoner. Bennett plays merchant seaman Archie Gibbs, who Category: Action & Adventure, Drama. After his usefulness was exhausted he was sent to Papago Park POW Camp where many U-boat prisoners were held.
Within hours he was recognized by other U-boat men as a traitor and killed. Seven U-boat POWs were changed with murder, court martialed and executed. Told Richard Whittingham's excellent book.Brief Synopsis In the Atlantic, Gestapo agent Gunther Rudehoff is assigned to oversee a group of foreign scientists imprisoned on a German U-boat commanded by Capt.
Ganz. En route to Germany, the boat .German submarine U was a Type VIIC U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War submarine was laid down on 21 June at the Bremer-Vulkan-Vegesacker Werft (yard) in Bremen as yard number She was launched on 2 April and commissioned on 22 May under the command of Oberleutnant zur See Hartwig Looks.
In five patrols, she sank three ships of 16, Length: m ( ft 2 in) o/a, m ( ft 8 .