Naval History Magazine - April 2003 Vol. 17 Number 2

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An explosive surprise attack by one of Japan's new secret weapons sent a U.S. auxiliary oiler to the bottom of Ulithi lagoon late in World War II. This is the story of...

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A Rudyard Kipling Sea Story

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The Hunt for the Last Mystery Shipwreck


An explosive surprise attack by one of Japan's new secret weapons sent a U.S. auxiliary oiler to the bottom of Ulithi...

How Korea's Web Got So Tangled

The instability that still exists on the Korean peninsula can be traced to a woeful diplomatic neglect of it as an issue. No...

Naval History News

'Open Doors' Reveals Lives of Vietnam POWs

On 27 January 1973, U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and North Vietnam's chief...

The Log of Matthew Roving Episode 16: A Tide in Time

Liquid fire coursing down his throat jolted Matthew back to life. Through ice-crusted eyelashes he stared at the sailor lowering the grog ladle...


 
 

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