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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About the author (1994)

Best-selling author Jeffery L. Rodengen has been a producer director, and nationally syndicated columnist. Today, he is best known for his unprecedented works on the evolution of American industry.

Jeff was born in Minnesota and now lives in Florida.

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