2 edition of Destroyers in action found in the catalog.
Destroyers in action
Richard A. Shafter
|Statement||by Richard A. Shafter.|
|Series||The U. S. Navy in action series -- 1|
|LC Classifications||V840 .S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||45037896|
Introduced in , the 2,ton Fletcher-class destroyers formed the core of the US Navy’s destroyer force from In , the US Navy began building a fleet of large destroyers, its first design to rival the Japanese “special type” destroyers that had first entered service more than a . A documentation signed Squadron Signal the book "US Tank Destroyers in Action – Squadron Signal SS".. US Tank Destroyers in Action, (Reissue) By Jim Mesko. Reacting to the lightning successes of Germany’s blitzkrieg, the U.S. War Department began to develop a series of fast-moving, high velocity anti-tank guns on a variety of chassis, ranging from the .
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Blood on the Sea: American Destroyers Lost in World War II by Robert Sinclair Parkin Da Capo Press, , pages. This reference book relies heavily on standard sources such as the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, readily available on the of the book reads like rather dry Navy action reports with some words changed and added by the author to . Fletcher DDs (US Destroyers) in action - Warships No. 8 by Jerry Scutts and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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The USS Samuel B. Robert (FFG) was a small warship built for escort duty much like its namesake vessel, one of the "tin can" heroes of Leyte Gulf. Journalist Bradley Peniston draws on hundreds of documents and interviews to present the first book about the Roberts heroic actions.
#N#The Fighting Commodores by Alan Burn. Original Price $ The Battle off Samar (Filipino: Labanan sa may Samar) was the centermost action of the Battle of Leyte Gulf, one of the largest naval battles in history, which took place in the Philippine Sea off Destroyers in action book Island, in the Philippines on Octo It was the only major action in the larger battle in which the Americans were largely unprepared.
The Battle off Samar has been cited by Location: East of Samar Island. Destroyers in Action, first published in as part of The U.S.
Navy in Action Series, examines some of the important battles waged by the U.S. Navy destroyer fleet (especially those of World War II), and the stories of notable ships such as the Laffy, O'Bannon, Ward, and Prairie.
Also included are profiles of the ships' officers and crews and legendary commanders,/5. Destroyers in Action, first published in as part of The U.S. Navy in Action Series, examines some of the important battles waged by the U.S. Navy destroyer fleet (especially those of World War II), and the stories of notable ships such as the Laffy, O'Bannon, Ward, and Prairie.
Also included are profiles of the ships' officers and crews and legendary Brand: Eumenes Publishing. THE DESTROYERS By Christopher Bollen pp.
Harper/HarperCollins Publishers. $ Christopher Bollen is the kind of novelist drawn to richly atmospheric places. His debut, “Lightning Author: Thad Ziolkowski. In Action with Destroyers is a superbly written and exciting eyewitness account of the war at sea from to There can have been few, if any, naval officers who saw so much action as Alec Dennis, who served in four destroyers; HMS Griffin and Savage initially before commanding Valorous and der Dennis was mentioned in dispatches three times (Norway.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shafter, Richard A. Destroyers in action. New York, Cornell maritime press [©] (OCoLC) Document Type.
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It honors the genre's implicit guarantee of murder while balancing any shortcomings in action with stylistic panache and psychological insight Chief among this book's pleasures are the crisp, cleareyed registrations of Greece that seem to trip 4/4(1).
“The Destroyers,” by Christopher Bollen. Here’s one way to distinguish literary fiction from genre fiction: In genre writing, the action is Author: Art Taylor. Destroyers at Normandy Naval Gunfire Support at Omaha Beach By William B.
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Published: Navy Museum Foundation, a project of the Naval Historical Foundation, Washington Navy Yard, DC, The Squadron/Signal Warships book series by multiple authors includes books U-Boats in action - Warships No. 1, U.S. Subs in Action - Warships No.
2, US Battleships in action pt 1, and several more. See the complete Squadron/Signal Warships series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. In naval terminology, a destroyer is a fast, maneuverable, long-endurance warship intended to escort larger vessels in a fleet, convoy or battle group and defend them against powerful short range attackers.
They were originally developed in the late 19th century by Fernando Villaamil for the Spanish Navy as a defense against torpedo boats, and by the time of the Russo-Japanese. US Destroyers in Action, Part 4 - Warships No. 22 by Al Adcock: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion.
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The Gallant Destroyers of D-Day The big-gun battleships softened the German defenses and made for dramatic newsreel footage 60 years ago. But the spunky destroyers in the Normandy Invasion—including the Emmons (left) and Doyle (background right) in Dwight Shepler’s dramatic combat art—came within less than 1, yards from the shore.
Following heavy use, many flush deck destroyers were in the Naval Reserve Fleet by With the outbreak of war, every ship was needed and the old warhorses were brought back into service. As if to show their fighting spirit remained intact, a Wickes class DD, the USS Ward, scored the first Navy submarine kill of the war by destroying a.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Shafter, Richard A. Destroyers in action. New York, Cornell maritime Press [©] (DLC) (OCoLC)From the first U.S. destroyer commissioned in to the famous ships of World War II to the Spruance-class to the Arleigh Burke-class, the U.S.
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