SINK 'EM ALL - SUBMARINE WARFARE IN THE PACIFIC
Charles A. Lockwood
| Publisher||E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.|
| Size||39.3 Mb|
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The present volume - Sink `Em All - is the first edition of the war memoir of the famous Admiral Charles Lockwood, who commanded the United States submarine force in the Pacific for most of the Second World War. This great man started out commanding the Southwest Pacific submarines in Fremantle, Australia, just after the Asiatic Fleet retreated from the Philippines, and then went on to the command of Pacific submarines at Pearl Harbor, after Admiral Robert English was perished in a plane crash in February of 1943. The enthusiasts of the Pacific War who have read the comprehensive history of United States underwater operations by Clay Blair, named the "Silent Victory", may find find some surprised in this publication.
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