SINK 'EM ALL — SUBMARINE WARFARE IN THE PACIFIC
|Author(s)||Charles A. Lockwood|
|Publisher||E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.|
|D O W N L O A D|
The book contains the excellent narrative of the submarine confrontation during the Second World War in the Pacific region. It has been found by the experts to be of great importance since it presents an account of the American Navy underwater boat operations.
Originally released in 1951 by Vice Admiral Lockwood, event after sixty years it continues to be relevant and interesting. According to the reviews, this volume provides a well-balanced and remarkably objective account which has been supported with statistical data.
The author has put together the most amazing historical sagas of the American Submarine Forces including the major developments, challenges and unfortunately disappointments of the radars, torpedoes and all other equipment commonly carried on board submarines.
The readers will get captivated with the author's witness aboard the famous USS Missouri for the historical surrender. In short, this publication is highly recommended to all persons with the interest in submarines of the Second World War times as they will have a huge amount of the relevant and factual information about the American submarines in a single volume which is also a must-have for any historian.
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