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Blind man's bluff : the untold story of American submarine espionage

Author: Sherry Sontag; Christopher Drew; Annette Lawrence Drew
Publisher: New York : Public Affairs, ©1998.
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Chronicles the history of American submarine espionage and discusses how submarines were used to tap underwater telephone cables in Russia, how the Navy might have been able to save the men on the USS Scorpion, and how the fight between the CIA and the Navy almost ruined one of the most important American undersea missions.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sherry Sontag; Christopher Drew; Annette Lawrence Drew
ISBN: 1891620088 9781891620089
OCLC Number: 39498566
Description: xvii, 352 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Contents: A Deadly Beginning --
Whiskey A-Go-Go --
Turn to the Deep --
Velvet Fist --
Death of a Submarine --
"The Ballad of Whitey Mack" --
"Here She Comes ..." --
"Oshkosh B'Gosh" --
The $500 Million Sand Castle --
Triumph and Crisis --
The Crown Jewels --
Trust but Verify.
Responsibility: Sherry Sontag and Christopher Drew, with Annette Lawrence Drew.
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This real-life Hunt for Red October is a story Naval Intelligence doesn't want you to know: the dramatic history of America's highly clandestine, dangerous, and sometimes deadly submarine espionage  Read more...

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"ENTHRALLING REAL-LIFE STORIES OF AMERICAN SUBMARINE SPYING THAT READ AS IF TORN FROM THE PAGES OF THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER". -- KIRKUS REVIEWS

 
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