Tokyo Torpedo – By Edwyn Gray








“TOKYO TORPEDO” Run to the Rising Sun! By Edwyn Gray. (Fiction) Nazi headquarters 1943: Suffering crippling losses on the Russian front, and doggedly pursued by the British Navy, Germany looks to Japan for her most secret weapon. Captain Bergman, Commander of Germany’s latest submarine U-885, is sent on a mission into the Pacific. Determined to stretch the Royal Navy’s anti-submarine defenses, Germany needs a new refueling base for it’s U-boats situated where it can paralyze Allied shipping in the mid-Pacific. The balance of power must be Germany’s––but she needs Japan’s military secrets to turn the tide. 1977 Paperback edition. 214 pages, no photos, or maps.

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