United States Destroyer Operations in World War II.

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United States Naval Institute, 1953 - History - 581 pages
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A detailed account of the operations of U.S. destroyers in the Second World War, prepared from personal narratives and official records.

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The allure of French Foreign Legionnaire Thibaut Corday’s adventures flowed from the pen of <strong>Theodore Roscoe</strong>. In real life, Roscoe stowed aboard tramp steamers and mingled with locals in far away corners. His intriguing style later echoed in non-fiction works, when he was among the first to view declassified Lincoln assassination documents and when he documented historic American military operations.

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