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A measureless peril : America in the fight for the Atlantic, the longest battle of World War II, Richard Snow

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A measureless peril : America in the fight for the Atlantic, the longest battle of World War II
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A measureless peril
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America in the fight for the Atlantic, the longest battle of World War II
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Richard Snow
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eng
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In "A Measureless Peril," the historian Richard Snow captures all the drama of the merciless contest between the quickly built U.S. warships and the ever-more cunning and lethal U-boats that controlled the sea lanes of the Atlantic during WWII
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Title
A measureless peril
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Summary
In "A Measureless Peril," the historian Richard Snow captures all the drama of the merciless contest between the quickly built U.S. warships and the ever-more cunning and lethal U-boats that controlled the sea lanes of the Atlantic during WWII
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contains biographical information
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940.54/293
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index present
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D770
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.S56 2011
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non fiction
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bibliography
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adult
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America in the fight for the Atlantic, the longest battle of World War II
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America in the fight for the Atlantic, the longest battle of World War II
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Richard Snow
A measureless peril : America in the fight for the Atlantic, the longest battle of World War II, Richard Snow
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 331-338) and index
Contents
"What's the matter with the Davis?" : Looking back on the Atlantic struggle -- Flower show : The dangerous state of the U.S. navy on the eve of war, 1939 -- Too dumb to stay on the farm : The making of a sailor, 1940 -- Building Hitler's navey : Superbattleships vs. submarines, 1933-39 -- "The simple principle of fighting several steamers with several U-boats" : Captain Deonitz works out his strategy, 1918-39 -- On the devil's shovel : U-boat life, 1939-45 -- The end of the Athenia : The sea war begins, 1939 -- Captain Gainard's killer dillers : An American freighter comes to the rescue, 1939 -- Prison ship : The difficulties of keeping out the the war, 1939-40 -- The neutrality patrol : Guarding the western hemisphere, 1939-40 -- "A new chapter of world history" : The destroyer deal goes forward, 1940 -- Doenitz goes to France : Germany builds her Biscay U-boat bases, 1940 -- Germany first : Planning America's naval war, 1940 -- A length of garden hose : FDR sell Lend-Lease, 1940 -- Fishing trip : Churchill and Roosevelt meet, 1941 -- The moving square mile : Learning and relearning the lessons of convoy, 1917-41 -- The rattlesnakes of the Atlantic : America's first losses, 1941 -- A present in the Führer's lap : Hitler declares war, 1941 -- Five boats against America : The East Coast submarine offensive, 1942 -- The most even-tempered man in the Navy : Admiral King in command, 1942 -- The holligan navy : Yachts and cabin cruisers go to war, 1942 -- Panic party : The "mystery ship" fiasco, 1942 -- Cadet O'Hara's last fight : The Naval Armed Guard and the ordeal of the Stephen Hopkins, 1942 -- "Start swinging, lady" : The Liberty ships, 1941-45 -- A visit to the ship cemetery : Desperate times on the Eastern seaboard, 1943 -- "Sighted sub..." : A little good news, 1943 -- How Lieutenant Snow got to sea : A reserve officer's journey, 1943 -- The smallest major war vessel : Inventing the destroyer escort, 1942 -- "Set the watch" : The birth of a warship, 1943 -- The heartbeat of the pings : The importance of sonar, 1941-45 -- "How many Germans will it kill?" : Learning to use radar, 1940-43 -- The fleet without a gun : Admiral King remakes his command, 1943 -- Steaming as before : The essence of Atlantic duty, 1943-45 -- Combustible, vulnerable, and expendable : The escort carrier joins the fight, 1944 -- Captain Just's last fight : The final days of the Kriegsmarine, 1945 -- Do hostilities ever cease? : After the convoys, 1945 -- When daylight comes : From then to now
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22 cm.
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Edition
1st Scribner trade paperback edition.
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x, 353 p., [8] p. of plates
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9781416591115
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(paper)
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