Fatal Voyage – paperback – By Dan Kurzman





“FATAL VOYAGE” The sinking of the USS Indianapolis. By Dan Kurzman. The tragedy surrounding the sinking of the cruiser USS Indianapolis (CA-35). After completing the delivery of the first Atom Bomb to the island of Tinian in July 1945, the Indianapolis was torpedoed and sunk by the Japanese submarine I-58. By the time the crew was found, only 315 men from the original 1,200 were still alive. The loss of the Indianapolis was the worst sea disaster in American naval history! Surviving the sinking of his ship, Captain McVay was used as a scapegoat by the U.S. Navy. From award-winning author of “Left To Die.” 1991 Paperback edition. 336 pages, 4 black and white photographs and an index. Complete USS Indianapolis crew roster and index.

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FATAL VOYAGE – paperback edition

FATAL VOYAGE – hardback edition


Other books of interest:

Abandon Ship!

American Cruisers Of World War II

Fatal Voyage

The Fleets The God’s Forgot

The Last Battle Station

Left To Die

The Luck Of The Draw

Ship Of Ghosts


U.S. Cruiser Losses in World War II