The complete and dramatic story of how the U.S. Navy's "Silent Service" helped win the most extensive underseas war in history. This 'standard' in the study of submarine warfare. first published in 1949 and repeatedly reprinted, remains the basic primer for those interested in the U.S. Navy's submarine war against the Axis in World War II. Based on war patrol reports, action reports, and other wartime (then) classified information, the data for work was constructed by a team led by Rear Admiral R. G. Voge, USN, who captained the USS Sealion and the USS Sailfish. The author wrote the book utilizing the compiled data with clearly extensive support from the U.S. Navy. Enduring enough to be nicknamed 'SUBOPS', this well-regarded publication was commissioned by the Bureau of Naval Personnel and although not without error or fault, remains one of those books that are routinely listed as source material for almost any/all submarine works dealing with the Second World War.
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Descripción US Naval Institute Press, 1949. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110870217313
Descripción US Naval Institute Press. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 0870217313 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW6.0553808