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Title: Richard O'Kane and the Sinking of the Forty-Nine: The True Story of Wwii's Greatest Submariner
Description: Winter Haven, Florida, Three Rivers Books. 2008, Not Stated Assumed First Edition. (ISBN: 0979644631). Trade Paperback, 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Ill.: Various Artists. Illustrated with B&W art reproductions. Signed by author at title page with dedication. Pages [349, indexed] clean, unmarked, binding tight, slight lean to spine. Covers clean, colors bright, a little edge and general wear; bottom right corners are slightly bowed due to improper storage. O'Kane revolutionized the offensive use of submarines from that of a reconnaissance and underwater attack vehicle, to that of a spedy surface vessel, capable of massive destructive force. Media Mail, US Priority & some International Priority shipping include free tracking information. Very Good-. Inscribed By Author.

Keywords: History, Maritime, Naval, World War II Biographies & Memoirs Military History 0979644631 Various Artists

Price: US$ 48.00 Seller: Inga's Original Choices
- Book number: 005316

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