U.S. Submarine Attacks During World War II: Including Allied Submarine Attacks in the Pacific Theater

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Naval Institute Press, 1989 - World War, 1939-1945 - 285 pages
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Contents

Chronological Listing of Submarine Attacks
1
8ibliography
230
Appendix В
236

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