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Hitler's U-Boat War

Hitler's U-Boat War

by Clay Blair

Clay Blair is the author of two dozen books that have created a permanent place in the telling of our history. These include Silent Victory: The U.S. Submarine War Against Japan; biographies of Admiral H. G. Rickover; Generals Douglas MacArthur, Matthew B. Ridgway, and Omar N. Bradley; and John F. Kennedy; and, most recently, The Forgotten War, about Korea. He died in 1998.        
Castles Of Steel

Castles Of Steel

by Robert K Massie

Castles of Steel is a work of non-fiction by Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert K. Massie. It details the naval actions of the First World War with an emphasis on those of the United Kingdom and Imperial Germany. This book continues the examination of the naval arms race between these two powers in Massie's tome Dreadnought: Britain, Germany, and the coming of the Great War.
The Price Of Admiralty

The Price Of Admiralty

by John Keegan

Sir John Desmond Patrick Keegan (1934–2012), was one of the most distinguished contemporary military historians and was for many years the senior lecturer at Sandhurst (the British Royal Military Academy) and the defense editor of the Daily Telegraph (London). Keegan was the author of numerous books including The Face of Battle, The Mask of Command, The Price of Admiralty, Six Armies in Normandy, and The Second World War, and was a fellow at the Royal Society of Literature.
Nimitz

Nimitz

by E B Potter

[Originally published: Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press, cc1976].

Includes bibliographical references (p. 474-481) and index.
Pacific War Diary, 1942-1945

Pacific War Diary, 1942-1945

by James J Fahey

Throughout the World War II campaign in the Pacific, an ordinary seaman defied navy regulations by surreptitiously compiling a diary on scraps of paper. One of the most extraordinary personal documents to emerge from the war, James J. Fahey's diary presents a vivid picture of an average sailor's daily life -- from the first battle to the typhoons and food shortages to the final desperate attacks by kamikaze pilots and Japanese suicide ships.
Raiders Of the Deep

Raiders Of the Deep

by Lowell Thomas

The Defeat Of the Spanish Armada

The Defeat Of the Spanish Armada

by Garrett Mattingly

Incredible Victory

Incredible Victory

by Walter Lord

Blind Man's Bluff

Blind Man's Bluff

by Sherry; Drew, Christopher; Drew, Annette Lawrence Sontag

The Anatomy Of Nelson's Ships

The Anatomy Of Nelson's Ships

by C Nepean Longridge

Assault On the Liberty

Assault On the Liberty

by James M Jr Ennes

Silent Victory

Silent Victory

by Clay Blair Jr

Thunder Below

Thunder Below

by Eugene B Fluckey

The Two Ocean War

The Two Ocean War

by Samuel Eliot Morison

U-Boat 977

U-Boat 977

by Heinz Schaeffer

Us Cruisers

Us Cruisers

by Norman Friedman

The Little Giants

The Little Giants

by William T Y'Blood

Far China Station

Far China Station

by Robert Erwin Johnson

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Old Nameless

by Sidney Shalett

Naval Books & Ephemera

Brassey\'s Naval Annual 1943

Brassey's Naval Annual 1943

by Thursfield, H G ; Rear-Admiral

Conqueror Of the Seas

Conqueror Of the Seas

by Zweig, Stefan

Big Red

Big Red

by Waller, Douglas C

Submarine

Submarine

by Middleton, Drew

The Old Bay Line 1840-1940

The Old Bay Line 1840-1940

by Alexander Crosby Brown

The British Navy In Battle

The British Navy In Battle

by Pollen, Arthur H

Norway and The Bergen Line

Norway and The Bergen Line

by Keilhau, Wilhelm