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The Navy Times Book of Submarines : A Political, Social, and Military History

Here is an engaging, informative, and sometimes startling history of the men and the machines that dared to go beneath the surface of the water to enter combat. In his careful reconstruction of events, Brayton Harris combines his extraordinary sense of humor with intensive research, to present a compelling history of the submarine, from conception, to gestation, to birth during World War I, to the genesis of the mighty nuclear submarine. In his excursion through the political, social, and military history of the submarine, Harris refutes many popular myths that grew out of eyewitness accounts and copies of copies-and sets the record straight with wit and insight. A fascinating exploration of the steps and stumbles during development, a rousing tribute to the heroes who fought and died, and a powerful study of the submarine's impact on America, The Navy Times Book of Submarines is an unparalleled source for understanding the great equalizer, the beguiling boat, that decided the outcome of World War I-and changed the face of warfare forever

Blind Man's Bluff : The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage by Sherry Sontag, et al (Paperback )  Submarine : A Guided Tour Inside a Nuclear Warship by Tom Clancy Silent Running: My Years on a World War II Attack Submarine Thunder Below! : The Uss Barb Revolutionizes Submarine Warfare in World War II The submarine, first introduced to America’s fleet in 1900, is today a 300-foot-long, 30-foot-wide vessel filled with some of the world’s most sophisticated technology and courageous, skilled, all-volunteer personnel. In each submarine, over 100 crew members work together for months at a time to protect U.S. interests around the world. Written by an outstanding team, United States Submarines contains essays on submarine history and today’s submariners, focusing not only on the subs, torpedoes, and related technologies but especially on the people who make it all work. Full-color and vintage photography, portraits, recruiting posters, and historically inspired paintings complement the riveting text
Raising the Hunley : The Remarkable History and Recovery of the Lost Confederate Submarine SSN : Strategies of Submarine Warfare In October 1962, the United States government demanded that the Soviet Union remove long-range tactical missiles that it had positioned in Cuba, a short flight from targets like Washington and New York. After nearly a week's wait, during which the world braced for nuclear war, the Soviet government finally relented. It did so, in part, because its capitalist foe had one weapon that it then did not: 10 dozen submarine-mounted nuclear missiles that could be fired from beneath the waves and reach targets inside the Soviet Union within a matter of minutes. An encyclopedia of U.S. submarine activity in World War II Pacific Theater. Each of the 249 U.S. submarines that operated in the Pacific is represented by a photograph and charts detailing their Pacific patrols and victories. Tables ranking boats and captains for number of vessels and tonnage sunk are part of the Appendix. An extensive index provides easy reference to boats, captains, and names of Japanese vessels sunk. A must for every submariner and a valuable resource for researchers The submarine revolutionized naval warfare. Witness the birth and evolution of the submarine from the days of the Civil War to its baptism by fire in WWI to the nuclear subs of today which carry intercontinental missiles and can cruise submerged for months. Includes 100 photographs and 30 illustrations, many of which are cutaways. Expertly written, with informative appendices
Iron Coffins : A Personal Account of the German U-Boat Battles of World War II Concepts in Submarine Design In addition to architectural considerations, this text explains the concepts of hydrodynamics, structure, powering and dynamics, paying particular attention to their interplay in submarine design. It is intended for engineers and designers in marine and naval engineering, as well as students. U-Boat Operations of the Second World War : Career Histories, U1-U510 A highly illustrated (b&w) account of the development of US submarines that begins with small submarines such as David Bushnell's Revolutionary War Turtle and the Civil War Hunley, which weak navies hoped could help them face down their far more powerful enemies, and ends with the big fleet submarines that sank the Japanese merchant fleet and contributed mightily to winning the war in the Pacific. Appendices describe the development of two vital technologies that helped determine the course of submarine development: engines and periscopes. U.S. Submarines Since 1945 : An Illustrated Design History
 
 

 
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