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The Lone Wolf

Michel Poulin

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February, 1941 : German submarines are squeezing the vital maritime lifelines that allow Great Britain to stay in the war. In France, Otto Kretschmer, the top German submarine ace, is on leave but is suddenly recalled on duty by Admiral Dönitz, Commander of the German submarine arm, and given command of the prototype of a new class of diesel submarine, the U-800. Adding his tactical genius as a submarine commander to the fantastic capabilities of the U-800, Otto Kretschmer soon returns to sea, leaving a trail of sunken Allied ships behind him. He will also sow mayhem on American soil, thanks to a team of elite German Army soldiers embarked on his U-800. The ultimate goal of Otto Kretschmer: to force a quick end to the war and thus cut the loss of life on both sides.

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. . .But, what kind of mission could it be that my U-99 could not do?‟‟ „‟Actually, taking command of our newest submarine and shaping it and its crew for war patrols is what has the potential to impact the war, my dear Kretschmer.‟‟ „‟Uh, I‟m afraid that you lost me there, Herr Admiral.‟‟ Dönitz, his expression most serious, then bent forward, resting his forearms on top of his desk while staring at Kretschmer.. . . Read More