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The Story of Our Submarines (edition 2012)

by John Graham Bower (Author)

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The Story of Our Submarines by John Graham Bower takes us through a historical look at British submarine warfare in World War I. The author, a submariner himself, is fully qualified to share the story and does so in an educational, but human way. We learn about the frailties of life in the submarine service and although much of what is written here concerns the first world war, a lot of the information, especially in relation to the sailors themselves, still applies today.

The student of naval history will find The Story of Our Submarines captivating and informative. I especially enjoyed the way Bower includes an emotional aspect to the men he served with.

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