THE TENTH FLEET The Story of the Submarine and Survival

Farago, Ladislas

Published by Ivan Oblensky Inc
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Title: THE TENTH FLEET The Story of the Submarine ...
Publisher: Ivan Oblensky Inc
Binding: Hardcover
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Farago, Ladislas
Published by Ivan Obolensky (1962)
Used Hardcover Quantity Available: 1
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Book Description Ivan Obolensky, 1962. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Poor. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Type: Hard Back Third Printing. Hardcover Book in Good Condition with an Acceptable Dust Jacket. Binding of black cloth with gold titles, generally clean, discoloration spot and area on front, edges and corners rubbed; spine heel and nearby lower edge compressed. Tight & solid sewn binding. Fore edge of text block has spotting. Internals are clean, no markings, no tears or creases, faintly toned. Jacket is worn, rubbed, ragged along fold over edge of flap. A daring- at the time-re-examination of World War II's most perilous phase, the mass attack of the U-boat. The little-known Tenth Fleet of the U.S.Navy was a phantom force. At the beginning of World War II, they had little more than brain power with which to face Nazi power. In an unprecendented departure from all die-hard convention, the Tenth Fleet paved the only way to victory at sea and caused a reappraisal of naval thinking. This account is taken wholly from documented naval records and draws upon the author's personal experience. xv, 366 pages, with Acknowledgments, Bibliography, Glossary and Abbreviations, Notes, Index of Names, and Index of Vessels. 6.25 x 9.5 inches. Ivan Obolensky Publishers, New York, 1962. Bookseller Inventory # 018056

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