Originally published in 1951, in Sink `Em All: Submarine Warfare in the Pacific Vice-Admiral Charles A. Lockwood, who commanded the U.S. submarines in the Pacific during the greater part of World War II, provides an official account of wartime successes and tragedies. Writing with writes complete authority and authenticity, he describes his efforts to improve the provisions and after-patrol accommodations of the submariners, and of his on-going struggle to improve the effectiveness of torpedoes and other tools vital to the war effort.
"It is to be hoped that this interesting narrative will be widely read, and that the exploits of our "Silent Service" will take their proper place in the minds of our citizens. Certainly no one is better qualified to tell this story than the author, Vice-Admiral Charles A. Lockwood "Foreword by Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, U.S. Navy
Another fascinating read from Vice-Admiral Lockwood, and a valuable addition to your collection.