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U.S. Submarines Through 1945: An Illustrated Design History

by Norman Friedman

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This series offers detailed descriptions of the evolution of all classes of the principal U.S. combatant types. Each volume is fully illustrated with deck plans, outboard profiles, sketches from major design studies, and numerous detailed photographs. The appendixes contain a wealth of information on ship characteristics and equipment.… (more)

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Cachalot-class submarine

Fairbanks Morse 38 8-1/8 diesel engine

German cruiser Leipzig

USS B-3 (SS-12)

USS C-1 (SS-9)

USS C-2 (SS-13)

USS C-3 (SS-14)

USS C-4 (SS-15)

USS C-5 (SS-16)

USS Mero (SS-378)

USS N-1 (SS-53)

USS N-2 (SS-54)

USS N-7 (SS-59)

USS O-11 (SS-72)

USS O-14 (SS-75)

This series offers detailed descriptions of the evolution of all classes of the principal U.S. combatant types. Each volume is fully illustrated with deck plans, outboard profiles, sketches from major design studies, and numerous detailed photographs. The appendixes contain a wealth of information on ship characteristics and equipment.

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