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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.
U.S. Navy at war, 1941-1945.
Washington, United States Navy Dept., 1946
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ernest Joseph King; United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.
|Notes:||Part II of the annual report, 1944/45, of the secretary of the Navy, U.S. Navy dept. cf. U.S. Navy dept. Annual report, 1944-45, letter of transmittal.
Each report issued also separately.
|Description:||vii, 305 pages maps (1 folded) diagrams 27 cm|
|Contents:||First report. Introduction ; The peacetime navy ; The wartime navy ; Combat operations ; Teamwork ; Conclusion --
Second report. Introduction ; Command and fleet organization ; Combat operations: Pacific ; Combat operations: Atlantic --
Mediterranean ; Fighting strength --
Third report. Introduction ; Combat operations: Pacific ; Logistics and bases --
Pacific ; Submarine operations ; Atlantic operations ; Ships, aircraft and personnel ; Naval research and development during World War II ; Conclusion --
Appendix A: Status of major combatant ships of Japanese Navy at the conclusion of hostilities ; Appendix B: Major combatant ships added to United States fleet, 7 December 1941 --
1 October 1945 ; Appendix C: Losses of United States naval vessels from all causes, 7 December 1941 --
1 October 1945.
|Responsibility:||by Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, U.S. Navy, commander in chief, United States fleet and chief of naval operations.|