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The Midget Subs That Beat the Planes to Pearl Harbor
Midget Submarines of the 2nd World War (Shipshape): Kemp, Paul: gdteutsch.com: Books
At a. Uttrick peered through his binoculars from the deck of the minesweeper U. Hours before swarms of enemy aircraft descended out of the blue in a sneak attack upon the United States naval base on Oahu, five Japanese midget submarines were already lurking beneath the ocean surface to join in the assault on Pearl Harbor. The Japanese navy considered the foot-long miniature submarines to be their secret weapon. Carrying two men and two torpedoes that had double the explosive charge of those borne by Japanese bombers, the battery-powered midget submarines could glide at 19 knots and operate in the waters of Pearl Harbor that were too shallow for conventional submarines.
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Contributor: David Stubblebine. By definition, a midget submarine is less than tons, has a crew of no more than eight, has no on-board living accommodation, and operates in conjunction with a mother ship to provide the living accommodations and other support. The Japanese Navy built at least midgets in 7 classes, but only a fraction had any noticeable impact on the war. Their intended purpose initially was to be deployed in front of enemy fleets, but their actual use would be in harbor attacks and coastal defense.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. The author looks at why major navies engaged in the construction of midget submarines during World War II and then describes all the types that were built. He includes detailed plans and photos of significant interest to modelers and ship enthusiasts.