|BY GOSH AND BY GOD, Carr, William, Hutchinson & Co., 1931, good (binding tight, cover wear, wrinkled spine),
British submarines in WW I, photos, 288 pgs.
| DESTINATION CORREGIDOR , Underbrink, Robert, Naval Institute, 1971, vg/vg, see photo,
Attempts to supply Bataan & Corretidor with food, ammunition & medical supplies in 1942, 240 pgs.
|HUNTERS AND THE HUNTED,
Coccia, Aldo Adm., Naval Institute, 1958, vg/vg, see scan,
The Italian submarine war, human torpedo attacks & naval war, photos, 180 pgs.
Holmes, Harry, Airlife, 1994, f/f (as new), see photo,
operational history of the 52 U.S. submarines lost during WW II, photos, 212 pgs.
| OPERATION DRUMBEAT , Gannon, Michael, Harper & Row, 1990, f/f, see photo,
signed by author & Reinhard (Commander of the U-123),
the 1942 German submarine offensive off the coast of the United States, photos, 490 pgs.
| NOTHING FRIENDLY IN THE VICINITY , Conner, Claude, Savas, 1999, f/f (as new), see photo,
the author was a radar technician aboard the USS Guardfish. This sub had several successful Pacific patrols until
Jan. 1945. She missidentified and sank a U.S. Navy ship, photos 230 pgs.
| SUBMARINE VICTORY , Thomas, David, Kimber, 1961, vg/vg, see photo,
British submarines in WW II, photos, 224 pgs.
| TALE OF TWO SUBS,
McCulough, Jonathan, Grand Central, 2008, f/f (as new), see photo,
USS Sculpin was attack by a Japanese destroyer, survivors were being taken to a POW camp. Weeks later,
USS Sailfish came upon a Japanese aircraft carrier where the survivors of the Sculpin were locked up - the
crew memebers aboard were saved, 294 pgs.