Gregory F. Michno

Gregory F. Michno is the son of a World War II submariner whose boat participated in one of the infamous torpedoings of a Japanese “hellship.” He has written twelve nonfiction books, several of them award winners, and more than forty articles. He and his wife, Susan, live in Erie, Colorado.

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DEATH ON THE HELLSHIPS
The Japanese treatment of prisoners of war in World War II has been written about before, but only... Read More
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Maritime Security Dialogue

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22 September - Annual Symposium

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