The Submarine Book
A Portrait of Nuclear Submarines and the Men Who Sail ThemBook - 1991
A concise, readable, and fully-illustrated account of how the modern submarine fleets came to be, from the very first underwater vessel that crossed the Thames in 1620, to the ultra-computerized nuclear submarine that functions as the strategic linchpin for most of today's advanced navies. Including a detailed portrait of life aboard a modern submarine, this fascinating book will appeal to any readers of naval or military history, and especially to the legions of submarine enthusiasts.
Publisher: New York : Thames and Hudson Inc., 1991
Characteristics: 160 p. :,ill. ;,28 cm