Aye, Aye, Sir!
an autobiography of a national service sailor 1946-1948
Walker, Anthony J.
W.H.Walker & Brothers, 2000.
an interesting account of naval life in the immediate post-war years. of particular local interest as the author was based on the Firth of Clyde, serving on the submarine depot ships ‘Forth’ and ‘Montclare’. The entertaining text is complemented by a wealth of fascinating photos. Signed by the author
Clear the Bridge! the war patrols of the USS ‘Tang’
O’Kane, Rear-Adm. Richard H.
Presidio Press 1989
Cold War Command
the dramatic story of a nuclear submariner
by Woodman & Conley
in collaboration with Richard Woodman, Captain Dan Conley provides an excellent insight into the Royal Navy submarine service from the 1960’s to 90’s, both as a personal recollection and critical appraisal of the service
Damned Un-English Machines
a history of Barrow-Built Submarines
by Hool & Nutter
Tempus Publishing, 2003.
an objective account of Barrow’s submarine building history across three centuries as well as an encyclopaedic listing of statistics for all the submarines launched, or committed to water, at the Barrow shipyard
Det Norske Ubatvapen, gjennom femti ar, 1909-1959. [Norwegian submarines]
Erich Sarnekow der U-Bootsheld, eine erzählung aus dem weltkrieg – Dr. Frank Schulze
Schulze, Dr. Frank
Loewese verlag Ferdinand Carl, Stuttgart,