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|[an error occurred while processing this directive]|Author: GRAY, EDWYN. Title: Few Survived: A Comprehensive Survey of Submarine Accidents and Disasters.
Description: Leo Cooper, London, 1986.. 260 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 043618740X B&w photographs, drawings. "This is the first comprehensive account of every peacetime submarine disaster from 1774 to the present day. It is, however, very far from being just a list of what sunk, where, when and why, for the author examines most of the important sinkings in considerable detail, analysing what went wrong and describing the attempts made at rescuing the crew and/or the vessel. In this way he traces t he development of the submarine from the earliest experimental submersibles of the late eighteenth century down to the nuclear-powered monsters of today, describing in parallel the developments of underwater rescue operations and survival tec h n i q u e s ..The appendices include the most comprehensive and accurate list of submarine disasters ever printed, updated to June 1985, in the compilation of which the author has had the co-operation of the US, French, Italian, Danish and Japan es e Na vi es , as well as that of the RN Submarine Museum and the German 'U-Boot Archiv'." Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has been price clipped, has very light edge wrinkling, small area of laminate loss at bottom of front pan el . Ver y G oo d+/ Very Good.
Keywords: Submarines, World War I, Ii, First, Second, Uss Squalus, Hms Thetis, Guy Bolus, Harold Chapman, Walter Doyle, Mccann Rescue Bell, Momsen Lung, Escape Systems, Dsea, Dsrv, Falcon, Fearless, Grebecock, Horace Hunley,Oram, Thresher, Scorpion, Tang, Mih
Price: US$ 17.50 Seller: Capricorn Books
- Book number: 23469
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