Few Survived: A Comprehensive Survey of Submarine Accidents and Disasters
L. Cooper, 1996 - 274 Seiten
A revised edition of an account of peacetime submarine disasters from 1774 to the present day, previously published in 1991. Examines the development of the submarine from experimental stages in the late 18th century to the present day, and provides details of all disasters ever reported.
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