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by Forest J. Sterling
R.A.Cline Pub  1999
Soft cover
221 pages
Index, photos
ISBN 0966323521
Cover Price $19.95
Language: English

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Wake of the Wahoo
The Heroic Story of America's Most Daring WWII Submarine, USS Wahoo

Wake Of The Wahoo gives the perspective of the Enlisted Man's take on Submarine Warfare in WWII. USS Wahoo and her captain, Dudley W. "Mush" Morton, remain legendary among the annals of submarine history. Under his command she became, arguably, America's most famous WWII sub: first to successfully penetrate an enemy harbor and torpedo a ship therein; first to successfully execute the "down the throat" torpedo shot.

Review by  Justin Taylan

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January 27, 2018


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