TIN CANS & GREYHOUNDS: The Destroyers That Won Two World Wars
The historic story of how fast moving destroyer class ships nicknamed "Tin Cans" or "Greyhounds", fought submarines, escorted convoys, rescued sailors and airmen shot down aircraft, and attacked armored battleships and cruisers with nothing more than an half inch of steel separating their crew from enemy fire and hostile oceans. Illus.
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