Of all the secrets the Soviet Union kept, none were more closely guarded than those involving their submarines. Now, for the first time, here is the complete, dramatic story of the Soviet side of these secretive operations during the Cold War. Drawing on newly available archives, as well as interviews with a dozen former Soviet commanders-access never before granted to Western researchers- this gripping narrative shows that confrontations between nuclear-armed subs were far more dangerous than ever thought. With 16 pages of never-before-seen photos, Rising Tide sheds new light on the darkest secrets of the Cold War.
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Gary E. Weir is a Historian of Science and Technology at the U.S. Naval Historical Center, and Adjunct Professor of History, University of Maryland.
Walter J. Boyne, former director of the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1974 as a Colonel. He is a New York Times bestselling author.
A superb account. -- Peter Huchthausen, author of October Fury
An important book. -- New York Times bestselling author, Larry Bond
Gripping. -- New Scientist
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