United States Submarine Operations in World War II.

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Naval Institute Press, 1949 - History - 577 pages
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The complete and dramatic story of how the U.S. Navy's "Silent Service" helped win the most extensive underseas war in history.
  

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This is lifting out individual after action patrol reports from the OR reportings and those that are interesting....using the expanded text. More of a filtration and condensation than a writing. Useful if one wants a meta level treatment of the war and submarining.

Contents

PART II
47
PIONEERS SOWESPAC
61
BATTLE FOR THE MALAY BARRIER
72
SUBMARINES ATLANTIC
85
THUNDER DOWN UNDER
93
STAND TIDE
107
THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY
121
THE ALEUTIAN MAELSTROM
134
SOUTHWEST PACIFIC PUSH
264
CENTRAL PACIFIC OFFENSIVE
279
PA CIFIC SWEEP
301
CONVOY AND WOLFPACK
340
SUBMARINE SUPPORT OF FLEET OPERATIONS
361
SUBMARINES VS THE JAPANESE NAVY
373
SUBMARINES VS THE JAPANESE NA VY continued
388
BISECTING THE EMPIRE
410

COUNTEROFFENSIVE
144
GUADALCANAL CAMPAIGN
156
THE EMPIRE BLOCKADE
169
CHAPTER
191
JAPANESE ANT1SUBMARINE WAR
209
DRIVE ON DAI NIPPON
224
ALEUTIAN CONCLUSION AND ATLANTIC TIDAL TURN
243
TORPEDO
250
PARTY
437
SUBMARINE LIFEGUARDING
465
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
475
SUBMARINES LOST
498
SUBMARINE WOLFPACKS
504
ATTRITION WAR AGAINST JAPANESE MER
523
INDEX
567
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