Serving the Silent Service: The Legend of Electric Boat

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Write Stuff Syndicate, 1994 - History - 176 pages
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The first historian to be granted full access to Electric Boat's vaulted archives in nearly a hundred years, Jeffrey L. Rodengen has produced yet another intriguing work for naval historians and landlubbers alike. Serving the Silent Service: The Legend of Electric Boat is the story of a company that persevered to help win two world wars and sustain America's efforts to win the ongoing global battle for freedom.

Includes a foreword by Edward L. Beach, author of Run Silent, Run Deep. Individually boxed. 176 pp., 112 color, 90 black & white images.

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