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Wynwood Press, New York. 1989. A small triangle of sea off Yokohama, south to Guam past Iwo Jima, east to Mariana Islands and north back to Yokohama, has proved to be one of the most mysterious parts of the world. 32 ships carrying over 200,000 tons oil, coal, and other bulk cargo, 13 submarines (8 being nuclear powered) and six aircraft have disapeared without trace of flotsam, in calm seas, without any distress message and with few survivors. For over a thousand years the Japanese have refered to the area as Ma-no Umi: the Sea of the Devil, its reputation is as bad if not worse than the Bermuda Triangle. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Fine condition. Illustrated dust jacket over Quarter black cloth covered end boards. 208pp. 240 mm x 160 mm.