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Naval frogmen

by T. J Waldron | 01 May 2013
Category: World War II
World War 2 divers enjoyed the new techniques of aqualungs, and the first were underwater oxygen rebreathers made in 1933 by an Italian company. Consequently the first well-known frogmen were the Italian navy commando frogmen. As the war developed all nations used frogmen for a variety of roles including placing limpet mines and the cutting of torpedo and submarine netting.
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World War 2 divers enjoyed the new techniques of aqualungs, and the first were underwater oxygen rebreathers made in 1933 by an Italian company. Consequently the first well-known frogmen were the Italian navy commando frogmen. As the war developed all nations used frogmen for a variety of roles including placing limpet mines and the cutting of torpedo and submarine netting.
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Product Description

World War 2 divers enjoyed the new techniques of aqualungs, and the first were underwater oxygen rebreathers made in 1933 by an Italian company. Consequently the first well-known frogmen were the Italian navy commando frogmen. As the war developed all nations used frogmen for a variety of roles including placing limpet mines and the cutting of torpedo and submarine netting.

Product Details

Naval frogmen

ISBN9781781551721

Format

PublisherFONTHILL MEDIA (01 May. 2013)

No. of Pages160

Weight326

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 233 x 157 x 9