Blood on the Shores: Soviet SEALs in World War II
From the Arctic circle to the shores of Japan, Russia's most famous naval scout describes his deadly missions in the Soviet Navy's World War II version of the U.S. Navy's SEALs. Whether raiding, capturing German officers or vectoring air strikes, the scouts exhibited the daring that made the Russian commandos' exploits legendary.
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