After I got my Revell Uboat, I started looking for reference material, especially books. Many times,
"Anatomy of a Ship - Type VII" by D. Westwood (around 100 pages) and
"U-Boat - the Evolution and technical history of German submarines" by E. Rossler (almost 400 pages) get mentioned.
So what specifically do they contain? Both books are said to have tons of drawings. For those who have these books, are the drawings hand-drawn or made on a computer (CAD/vector prog) and what is the quality like? Are there many close-up photos of the tower, the guns etc. ?
Basically, I would like to detail the protruding elements (tower and its features, guns..) and make them more accurate, so I'm looking for a book that can give me enough information. With that in mind, which one do you guys recommend more, the 100 page Anatomy book about Type VII specifically or the 400 page Rossler book about all of them?
BTW, which U-Boat variant in the instructions most closely resembles U-96 ? It looks like U-69 could be a possibility (is it?).
Thanks in advance.