Combat Patrol – By Clay Blair, Jr



“COMBAT PATROL” The Incredible Saga of U.S. Submarine Forces in the war against Japan. By Clay Blair, Jr. Compacted into one paperback book, is the definitive word on American’s submarine activity from World War II. This is Blair’s popular book “Silent Victory” in an abridged paperback edition, yet still packed full of all the U.S. World War II submarine action that you are looking for! Blair cuts to the core to tell the full and compete story––holding back nothing. From the beginning of World War II until the last torpedo was fired in 1945. 1978 Bantam Paperback edition, now long out-of-print! 397 pages, 5 maps, a cut-away drawing of an American Fleet sub and numerous illustrations, no photos but an index.

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Other books of interest:

Combat Patrol

The Depths Of Courage

Guerrilla Submarines

The Silent Service

Killer Subs

The Last Patrol

Return From The River Kwai

Silent Victory

Sink ‘Em All

Sub Duty

Submarine Warriors


Wake Of The Wahoo

War Under The Waves

Undersea Victory

US Submarine Crewman 1941-45

U.S. Submarine Attacks During World War II

U.S. Submarine Losses

U.S. Submarines In World War II

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