Submarine Command - A Pictorial History

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This highly illustrated companion volume to the authors book on the Fleet Air Arm traces the remarkable evolution of the vessels that revolutionized naval warfare, from the launch of the tiny Holland submarine in 1902 to the Hunter Killer and Polaris submarines of today, which have a key role to play under Submarine Command in modern naval warfare and global strategy. The author describes the deployment of vessels in the First and Second World Wars and many of the engagements and extraordinary feats associated with the early years of the Command.
This highly illustrated companion volume to the authors book on the Fleet Air Arm traces the remarkable evolution of the vessels that revolutionized naval warfare, from the launch of the tiny Holland submarine in 1902 to the Hunter Killer and Polaris submarines of today, which have a key role to play under Submarine Command in modern naval warfare and global strategy. The author describes the deployment of vessels in the First and Second World Wars and many of the engagements and extraordinary feats associated with the early years of the Command.
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Author Reginald Longstaff
Published 1984
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 16x23
Pages 264
Weight (g) 680.0000
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