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The Development of Early Submarines The submarines get bigger: The D, E, and F classes Submarines go to war: The K, L, and O classes Postwar thinking and planning Operation and Equipment Development Engines and Batteries Sensors and Communication Weapons Lessons Learned World War I ASW patrols The Loss of the USS S-5 and the S-4 Conclusion: The Next Steps Toward the Fleet Submarine of WWII and after
A look at the rise of the United States submarine force during the first third of the 20th century.
?Leigh Neville is an Australian national currently living and working in Sydney. He has travelled and worked internationally, was based in Europe for ten years, and now works for a large American consultancy; he is currently completing a Masters programme in International Studies. Richard Chasemore finished a four-year course in technical illustration in 1992. Since then he has worked on a huge variety of projects in publishing and advertising, using both traditional and digital media. He has run an airbrush course in St Louis, Missouri, and also written six educational books on digital art. He has spent 10 years working on the best-selling Star Wars Incredible Cross Sections series, which has taken him to Skywalker Ranch in California to work with the Lucasfilm concept artists. He also enjoys music and is a co-founder of Superglider Records.
"This well-illustrated monograph describes the development of the submarine as a warship in the U.S. Navy from its beginnings with USS Holland to the emergence of boats that could wage war in all of the oceans. The author describes the technology that greatly expanded the submarine's capabilities, and then describes the U.S. Navy's little-known submarine operations in World War I, including encounters with German U-boats." --Richard R. Burgess, Seapower (August 2011) ..".an excellent reference and read with a great blend of details and engaging narrative." --Rob Benson, IPMS/USA