This collection of first-hand accounts of Hitler's meetings with his Navy commanders-in-chief is essential for anyone interested in World War II naval history. The papers collected in this volume cover six years of meetings about topics like the invasion of Norway, the planned invasion of Britain, the sinking of the "Bismarck," and the landings at Normandy. These reports provide an intimate understanding of Axis command, and they give insight into the thinking behind German naval strategies during some of the greatest battles of World War II.
Fuhrer Conferences on Naval Affairs, 1939-1945
Naval Institute Press