US Submarines 1941–45
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US Submarines 1941-45
This book details the design and development, classes, weapons and equipment, tactics and operational history of the US submarine in World War II. Family and the Younger Gamer. Military, Historical and Political Games.
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Morton with another officer probably O'Kane , in Wahoo's conning tower during her attack on a Japanese convoy north of New Guinea, 26 January Several ships were sunk in this action. Scene in the control room during Wahoo's 27 January action with a Japanese destroyer.
When the photo was taken the submarine was at feet, rigged for depth charges. Six charges had just gone off and the crew was awaiting more. Periscope photograph, taken from Wahoo, which had torpedoed her.lilomaraf.ml
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Periscope photos of various Japanese ships targeted by U. Navy submarines. Sagami Maru, a passenger-cargo ship, as seen from Seawolf on 3 November Sagami Maru was loading cargo at the small settlement visible ashore, in Davao Gulf, Mindanao, and was sunk on the spot by Seawolf's torpedos.
Japanese destroyer Harusame taken from Wahoo after she had been torpedoed by the submarine near Wewak, New Guinea, on 24 January Harusame's back is clearly broken, but she was repaired and returned to service despite this heavy damage. Sources: Robert J. Navy web site.