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Books by Edward L. Beach
In December, , when the Japanese launched their attack against the United States at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, both the naval and air bases were hit hard. We're almost all aware of the fact that much This was Beach's first book. In it he tells not only his experiences during his ten war patrols but in alternating chapters tells the story of other famous Submarines and crews. Anyone who has read Edward L.
The U. Navy captain, whose record for circumnavigating the globe in a submarine still stands, was But for Beach, author of 11 books and countless articles for such magazines as Argosy, National Geographic and Esquire, writing was a sideline. His career was the Navy. Beach was born in New York City in to a Navy officer, a captain who had served in actions in the Philippines and the Caribbean.
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