Brave Ship, Brave Men

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Title

Brave Ship, Brave Men

Subject

Book

Description

The battle for Okinawa was the last major campaign of World War II. Only four destroyers survived. The U.S. Fifth Fleet suffered the greatest losses than in any major fleet action during the war - 30 ships sunk, more than 300 damaged and more than 9,000 men killed, missing, or wounded.

Creator

Lt. Comdr. Arnold S. Lott

Source

WWII

Publisher

First Naval Insitute

Date

1994

Contributor

Don Acker

Format

6 x 9" paperback

Identifier

O.1621

Citation

Lt. Comdr. Arnold S. Lott, “Brave Ship, Brave Men,” Nehalem Valley Historical Society Online Archive, accessed October 1, 2022, https://nehalemvalleyhistory.org/omeka/items/show/1621.

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