IN HARM'S WAY. The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis and the Extraordinary Story of its Survivors

By: Stanton, Doug

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IN HARM'S WAY. The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis and the Extraordinary Story of its Survivors by Stanton, Doug
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The USS Indianapolis was torpedoed in 1945. 1196 men went into the water, 317 survived . . . this is their terrible story. Good clean solid copy. ISBN 0593047400. . Bantam Press, large paperback (stiff pictorial card), 2001, 333 pages, illustrated.

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