The SURCOUF Conspiracy
A Penetrating Analysis of the Worst Submarine Disaster in History
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The SURCOUF submarine met disaster on the night of Feb. 18, 1942. As a result, 130 people died. At the time, it was the worst submarine disaster ever. But decades later, people continue to argue about what happened to the mammoth submarine, which belonged to the free French. Written by Capt. Julius Grigore Jr., the foremost expert on the disaster, this scholarly work examines ? details about how 245 million in gold may have played a role in the disaster; ? questions about a possible double agent who may have plotted to block the Panama Canal and blow up SURCOUF; ? events that led President Roosevelt to threaten to deploy a battleship against SURCOUF; ? roles that women played before and after the disaster. Learn the real story behind one of the most misunderstood submarine disasters in history. Written for history buffs, servicemen and servicewomen, and anyone interested in a good mystery, The SURCOUF Conspiracy examines one of the strangest submarine stories of all time.
- iUniverse, October 2011
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