by George P. Sotos, Captain, USN (Ret.)
313 Pages (Softcover)
The only World War II memoir written by a US Navy officer who fought the years-long Battle of the Atlantic against Hitler’s U-boats from the decks of a destroyer escort and PC boats. More than seven decades later, George Sotos still dreams the sounds and emotions of his years living with the torpedo threat. In this captivating book, he tells you what that time was like, and how the human element formed the foundation of successful American submarine hunting during the war.