A fascinating collection of photographs from the archives of the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, the Imperial War Museum, the Storico Navale in Venice, and private collections gives a graphic view of life in British submarines. The story follows the submarine's vital role over the past 100 years—submarines that range from the tiny Holland class, designed in Queen Victoria's reign, to ...
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Epic Amphibious Battles in the Central Pacific
The Pacific War changed abruptly in November 1943 when Admiral Chester Nimitz unleashed a relentless 18-month, 4,000-mile offensive across the Central Pacific, spearheaded by fast carrier task forces and U.S. Marine and Army assault troops. The sudden American proclivity for amphibious frontal assaults against fortified islands astonished Japanese commanders, who called them “storm landings” because they differed so sharply from ...
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HM Submarines in Camera
An Illustrated History of British Submarines, 1901-1996
Available Formats: Hardcover