Currently reading Heinz Schaeffer's "U-Boat 977". I'm not too big on the Navy side of WW2 (for some odd reason, I especially don't care much for submarine stuff! LOL), but this is a good book. Its always nice to get perspectives from the other side. What I don't care for is the trend that most German authors I've read are following: "we were never involved in the politics, we were just serving our country, we weren't Nazi's". Okay. So I guess there were no Nazis in the German armed forces. Otto Skorzeny's memoir is the only one I can think of where he doesn't go to great lengths to deny who/what he was. It was never flaunted, but he never denied it. I can respect that. But back on the book at hand: a good, fast read, I'm glad I picked it up!