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Auphan, Gabriel A., and Herve' Cras. The French Navy in World War II. Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute, 1959. 413 pp.
Ballantine, Duncan S. U.S. Naval Logistics in the Second World War. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Univ. Press, 1947. 308 pp.
Beach, Edward L. Submarine! New York: Holt, 1952. 301 pp.
Becton, F. Julian, and Joseph Morschauser. The Ship That Would Not Die. Englewood, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1980. 288 pp.
A history of the World War II service of destroyer USS Laffey by her skipper.
Bennett, Geoffrey M. Naval Battles of World War II. New York: D. McKay, 1975. 253 pp.
Best, Herbert. The Webfoot Warriors: The Story of UDT, the U.S. Navy's Underwater Demolition Team. New York: John Day, 1962. 187 pp.
Blassingame, Wyatt. The Navy's Fliers in World War II. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1967. 258 pp.
Bragadin, Marc' Antonio. The Italian Navy in World War II. Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute, 1957. 380 pp.
Buchanan, Albert R., ed. The Navy's Air War. New York: Harper, 1946. 432 pp.
Bulkley, Robert J. At Close Quarters: PT Boats in the United States Navy. Washington: GPO, 1962. 574 pp.
Bunker, John G. Liberty Ships: The Ugly Ducklings of World War II. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1972, 287 pp.
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Connery, Robert H. The Navy and the Industrial Mobilization in World War II. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Univ. Press, 1951. 527 pp. (Reprinted 1972 by DaCapo).
Cope, Harley F., and Walter Karig. Battle Submerged: Submarine Fighters of World War II. New York: Norton, 1951. 244 pp.
Cressman, Robert. That Gallant Ship: USS Yorktown (CV-5). Missoula, Mont.: Pictorial Histories Pub. Co., 1985. 184 pp.
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Donahue, Joseph A. Tin Cans and Other Ships: A War Diary, 1941-1945. North Quincy, Mass.: Christopher Pub. House, 1979. 255 pp.
The author served as an enlisted man on board USS Niblack.
Elliott, Peter. Allied Minesweeping in World War 2. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1979. 201 pp.
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Operations of the Navy's underwater demolition teams.
Gallery, Daniel V. Twenty Million Tons Under the Sea. Chicago: H. Regnery, 1956. 344 pp.
Gill, George H. Royal Australian Navy, 1939-1942. Canberra: Australian War Memorial, 1957. 686 pp.
Gleichauf, Justin F. Unsung Sailors: The Naval Armed Guard in World War II. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1990. 432 pp.
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Helm, Thomas. Ordeal by Sea: The Tragedy of the USS Indianapolis. New York: Dodd Mead, 1963. 243 pp.
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Karig, Walter, and others. Battle Report. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1944-1952. 6 vols.
Vols. 1-5 cover World War II; Vol. 6 covers the Korean War to 1952.
Kemp, Peter K. Key to Victory: The Triumph of British Sea Power in World War II. Boston: Little, Brown, 1957. 382 pp.
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Lewin, Ronald. Ultra Goes to War: The First Account of World War II's Greatest Secret Based on Official Documents. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1978. 397 pp.
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I. The Battle of the Atlantic, September 1939-May 1943.
II. Operations in North African Waters, October 1942-June 1943.
III. The Rising Sun in the Pacific, 1931-April 1942.
IV. Coral Sea, Midway and Submarine Actions, May 1942-August 1942.
V. The Struggle for Guadalcanal, August 1942-1943.
VI. Breaking the Bismarcks Barrier, 22 July 1942-1 May 1944.
VII. Aleutians, Gilberts and Marshalls, June 1942-April 1944.
VIII. New Guinea and the Marianas, March 1944-August 1944.
IX. Sicily-Salerno-Anzio, January 1943-June 1944.
X. The Atlantic Battle Won, May 1943-May 1945.
XI. The Invasion of France and Germany, 1944-1945.
XII. Leyte, June 1944- January 1945.
XIII. The Liberation of the Philippines: Luzon, Mindanao, the Visayas, 1944-1945.
XIV. Victory in the Pacific, 1945.
XV. Supplement and General Index.
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An informal treatise on the overall strategy of World War II.
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Adapted from the naval history of World War II as told by the editors in their book entitled Sea Power.
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Roscoe, Theodore. United States Destroyer Operations in World War II. Annapolis: U.S. Naval Institute, 1953. 581 pp.
An abridgement entitled Tin Cans published in 1960 by Bantam Books.
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An abridgement entitled Pigboats published in 1958 by Bantam Books.
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Sternhell, Charles M. Antisubmarine Warfare in World War II. Washington: Operations Evaluation Group, 1946. 2 parts, 331 pp.
Also issued as Vol. 3 of Division 6 in the series of Technical Reports of the National Defense Research Committee.
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Operations of the German Navy.
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Originally published in 1946 by Commander Submarine Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet.
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