History Press, Stroud, 1st. ed., 2008. 128 pp., 12 photo-plates. Pict. c.c. (neatly reinforced with cardboard to resemble a hard-back book). 23 x 16cm. FINE. By D-Day the U-boat was largely beaten and on landing, the advancing Anglo-American armies drove the submarines out of their French Atlantic bases. Yet they re-grouped in occupied Norway and with new weapons continued their attack wherever possible. Part of that effort was concentrated on the heavily mined inshore waters of Britain’s East Coast and continued until Germany collapsed in May 1945. The first English account.