Tag: Memoirs: Ten Years and Twenty Days

Surface in the Middle of the “Affluent” Convoy

By Thomas J. Stanley on Aug 23rd, 2011 in Other

The Military Channel recently broadcast a program that dealt with famous submarine captains.  I was particularly interested when I saw an interview with Otto Kretschmer, the most productive submarine skipper in the Atlantic theatre during World War II.  In Marketing to the Affluent, I mentioned reading the book, Memoirs: Ten Years and Twenty Days, by Karl Doenitz, the head of […]