Year of publication: 1987
Keywords: Japan Military Thriller Naval Battles Submarine Fiction Submarines Thriller USA WW2
Yashimoto's Last Dive
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Antony Trew Yashimoto's Last Dive BY THE SAME AUTHOR Two Hours to Darkness Smoke Island The Sea Break The White Schooner Towards the Tamarind Trees The Moonraker Mutiny Kleber’s Convoy The Zhukov Briefing Ultimatum Death of a Supertanker The Antonov Project Sea Fever Running Wild Bannister’s Chart The C-in-C Eastern Fleet had further reason to be perturbed by losses in the Indian Ocean. Many sinkings by the Japanese were marked by atrocities. The blood lust of their submarine commanders seems to have grown as their losses multiplied… it was commonplace for ships’ crews to be machine-gunned in boats and rafts. War in the Southern Oceans 1939–1945 Turner, Gordon-Cumming & Betzler (Oxford University Press, 1961) One The clouds obscured the moon and for that he was thankful; it was no friend to a submarine running on the surface. As it was, the darkness was broken by no...