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A survey of subsurface warfare in World War II

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Submarine, American Naval operations, World War, 1939-1945, Naval research, Naval operations, Submarine warfare, Res
Other titlesSummary technical report of the National Defense Research Committee
SeriesSummary technical report of Division 6, NDRC -- volume 1
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LC ClassificationsU393 .S7 Div. 6, v. 1, V210 .S7 Div. 6, v. 1
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Open LibraryOL26271266M
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A survey of subsurface warfare in World War II. Other Title Summary technical report of the National Defense Research Committee Contributor Names United States.

Office of Scientific Research and Development. National Defense Research Committee, issuing body. Ellis is the author of such military histories as The Sharp End: The Fighting Man in World War II (rev. ed., Pimlico, ) and Brute Force: Allied Strategy and Tactics in the Second World War (Deutsch, ).

His interest in statistics grew out of his research needs.

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In this new compendium of charts and tables he attempts to "present a fairly complete collection of the essential facts and Cited by:   textsA survey of subsurface warfare in World War II. A survey of subsurface warfare in World War II.

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Image 79 of Antisubmarine warfare in World War II SURVEY OF RESULTS 61 6 3 SURVEY OF RESULTS 6. From the U-boats’ Point of View To interpret the results of the U-boat war during this period correctly, it is. Image 33 of Antisubmarine warfare in World War II SURVEY OF RESULTS 15 From a quantitative point of view, the position of the German U-boats had improved considerably dur- ing this period as the increased U-boat building pro- gram, which the.

*Includes pictures *Includes accounts of the fighting by sailors on both sides *Includes a bibliography for further reading Danger prowled under both the cold gray waters of the North Sea and the shimmering blue waves of the tropical Atlantic during World War II as Adolf Hitler's Third Reich attempted to strangle Allied shipping lanes with U-boat attacks/5.

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DTIC AD Summary Technical Report of Division 6, NDRC. Volume 1. A Survey of Subsurface Warfare in World War II.

This first volume of the Summary Technical Report of Division 6, NDRC is an overall account of the Division's activities.

The approach is fundamentally historical on both accounts, however, since the illustrations of scientific evaluation are taken from various analyses and studies made in connection with antisubmarine warfare during World War II. Great care should therefore be exercised in making predictions concerning the future of ASW from it.

Slide rules and submarines: American scientists and subsurface warfare in World War II Montgomery C. Meigs National Defense University Press, - History - pages. Consequently, from the beginning of World War II to mid, German U-boats were able to mount a devastating campaign against Allied shipping.

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In Slide Rules and Submarines, Montgomery Meigs describes how the allies learned to counter the U-boat threat/5(3). Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month World War II History of o results for Books: History: Military: World War II.

After World War II, the Social Science Research Council established a special committee to compile and analyze a vast archive of surveys and data collected during the war by the Department of War into a four-volume series. This series, Studies in Social Psychology in World War II, would come to be known as The American Soldier.

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This book presented a well-researched, third-party perspective on the subsurface war in World War II. Montgomery Meigs, an Army Officer, looks at the Battle of the Atlantic (Allies vs.

the U-Boat) and how both sides used scientific advances to gain advantages on their enemy/5. The World War I Survey is composed of fascinating, sometimes riveting material. More than respondents answered the eleven-page question-naires. Each document is divided into four areas of inquiry: camp life, overseas duty, participation in the war File Size: KB.

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Britain and France declared war on Germany on Sept. 3, and all the members of the Commonwealth of Nations, except Ireland, rapidly followed suit. Surface warfare involves surface ships. Description.

Modern surface warfare dates from the midth century, when surface, air, and submarine warfare components were blended together as a tactical unit to achieve strategic objectives. In US Navy doctrine, the two most important strategic objectives are interdiction and sea control. War Beneath the Sea This is the first book to cover all submarine and anti-submarine operations of the major powers, U.S., British, German, Japanese and Italian in the Second World War.

The canvas is broad and deep, from the strategic perspective at the top to the cramped and claustrophobic life of the crews in their submersible steel tubes; from the feats of ‘ace’ commande/5. Slide Rules and Submarines: American Scientists and Subsurface Warfare in World War II Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review Montgomery C MeigsBrand: University Press of the Pacific.

This chapter begins with an introduction that briefly describes sulfur mustard and Lewisite and their effects, accompanied by an overview of their development.

This is followed by a description of the organization of chemical warfare research during World War I (WWI) and the postwar period of toincluding the development of Lewisite and nitrogen by: 2. A survey of subsurface warfare in World War IIv. Methods of operations researchv.

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WWII History for Ages 9 through World War II for Kids: A History with 21 Activities (For Kids series) pages Excellent classroom aid, provides a comprehensive survey of the WWII era, beginning with Hitler's rise to power in to the Japanese surrender in Jonathan M.

House (born J ) is an American military historian and author. He is a professor emeritus of military history at the United States Army Command and General Staff is a leading authority on Soviet military history, with an emphasis upon World War II and the Soviet influence upon modern operational doctrine.

Together with David Glantz, he wrote multiple books Institutions: United States Army Command and. recent revised way of thinking about World War II that is the main purpose of this book. Furthermore, it is, as the title states, a Beginner’s Guide.

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Warfare State shows how the federal government vastly expanded its influence over American society during World War II/5.During World War I, he was the GSO1 of the Tank Corps. Thereafter, he was one of the leading theorists of armored warfare in the s and s and wrote forty-five books on warfare, theoretical tracts, histories, and studies of generalship during an extraordinarily productive life as a molder of opinion on military affairs.

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