The battle to control the world's numerous sea routes during World War II was the longest and most decisive of all the war's struggles, but the role ...Show synopsisThe battle to control the world's numerous sea routes during World War II was the longest and most decisive of all the war's struggles, but the role played by America's merchant marine in this contest has been largely forgotten. This book provides a complete account of the American-flagged merchant vessels that were lost or suffered war damage and documents attacks on these ships.Hide synopsis
Description:Shipped within 24 hours. 100% Refund Guaranteed. Good copy with...Shipped within 24 hours. 100% Refund Guaranteed. Good copy with average wear. Comes with dust jacket if published with one-DJ may have some tears and rubbing.
Description:Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on...Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Description:Good. 1557500878 USED BOOK in good condition| No supplements|...Good. 1557500878 USED BOOK in good condition| No supplements| Normal wear to cover, edges, spine, corners, and pages | Writing / highlighting | Inventory stickers | Satisfaction guaranteed!
Description:Fine. Hardcover in blue cloth boards. No dust jacket. First...Fine. Hardcover in blue cloth boards. No dust jacket. First printing of first edition. Book is in fine, As New, gift-giving condition, crisp and clean, with tight binding, sharp corners, and bright gilt on front and spine. 8vo. 575 pp. In protective Mylar.
Description:Fine. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall Hardback. Stated First Printing. Near...Fine. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall Hardback. Stated First Printing. Near Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Blue cloth. Gilt lettered and pictorial front cover and gilt lettered spine. 575pp with index and bibliography.
Description:Very Good with no dust jacket. 1557500878. Xxii, , 575 pages,...Very Good with no dust jacket. 1557500878. Xxii, , 575 pages, tables, cloth, very good. Stated first printing. From a December 8, 1997 review on the Amazon website: "Of all the elements of Allied victory in World War II, perhaps the single most vital was American industrial production. The figures speak for themselves: over 5000 new ships carried an average of 8000 tons of cargo for every hour of the war. This unprecedented feat came at a price. Thousands of seamen and over 700 ships went down in attacks by U-boats, aircraft, and mines, in famous invasions and lonely waters. Their sacrifice is detailed in this impressive record, the entries organized chronologically and listing the date, time, and position at the time of attack, the owner and operator, master, year built, tonnage, draft, cargo, armament, and other details, this information supplemented by a narrative describing the action, casualties, and the fate of the survivors. Highly recommended as essential for the WWII reference shelf, and of interest to all students of that conflict."
Copyright in bibliographic data and cover images is held by Nielsen Book Services Limited, Baker & Taylor, Inc., or by their respective licensors, or by the publishers, or by their respective licensors. For personal use only. All rights reserved. All rights in images of books or other publications are reserved by the original copyright holders.
You're signed up (and we ♥ you). Watch for our Welcome e-mail and your first coupon. Thanks!