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Japanese Submarine Losses to Allied Submarines in World War II

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Japanese Submarine Losses to Allied Submarines in World War II
  • by Vernon J. Miller
    • Merriam Press World War 2 History Series
      • Fifth Edition 2013
      • 66 6×9-inch pages
      • 10 photos

The details of the sixteen Japanese subs sunk by American subs and the two Japanese subs sunk by British subs during World War II are fully documented in this thoroughly researched analysis.


In addition, the author addresses several claims that were made for which he provides proof that can no longer be considered accurate.


Covers Japanese submarines I-73, I-23, I-28, I-64, I-4, I-18, I-168, I-182, I-34, I-43, I-42, I-174, I-183, I-168, I-29, I-364, I-365, RO-115, RO-112, RO-113, RO-49, RO-46; I-122, I-351, I-373, plus the claims of USS Wahoo (SS-238) and USS Sailfish (SS-192).



  • Foreword

  • Acknowledgments

  • I-173

  • I-23

  • I-28

  • I-64

  • I-4

  • Claims of USS Wahoo (SS-238) and USS Sailfish (SS-192)

  • I-168

  • I-18

  • I-182

  • I-34

  • I-43

  • I-42

  • I-174

  • I-183

  • I-166

  • I-29

  • I-364

  • I-365

  • RO-115

  • RO-112

  • RO-113

  • RO-49

  • RO-46

  • I-122

  • I-351

  • I-373

  • Bibliography

  • The Author
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I just happened to stumble across your site while looking for information on Japanese submarines sunk by U.S. submarines. I'm a volunteer and webmaster for the USS Batfish (SS-310) in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and have been trying to identify the first of three IJN subs sunk by the Batfish. I found the title that I ordered listed at Barnes and Noble's website, but it was unavailable. I then did a search on the publisher and found your site. Was impressed with the selection that you offer.

Mark Allen, Webmaster/Volunteer, USS Batfish (SS 310)

Vernon's book is listed in the bibliography for "Sensuikan! Stories and Battle Histories of the IJN's Submarines" by Bob Hackett and Sander Kingsepp here.

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