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Stories of some of the greatest and deadliest submarine patrols of World War II.

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In April 1944, U-515 heads to the Gold Coast, where it is tested by one of the new Hunter Killer Groups led by Captain Daniel Gallery.
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The first submarine outfitted with rocket launchers attacks the Japanese coastline.
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Under the command of Lt. Cdr. Creed Burlingame, the USS Silversides sets its course to patrol in the crossfire of the Guadalcanal campaign to help swing the fighting in America's favor.
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Submarine skipper Dick O'Kane and the USS Tang sink Japanese ships through 1944, until their reign is threatened.
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In June of 1944, American skipper Sam Dealey leads a rescue mission in Borneo.
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A 3-day clash between Nazi U-boats and Allied ships in March of 1943 marks a major turning point in World War II.
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U.S. submarine skippers change the course of the WWII after entering the war and taking the fight to Japanese warships.
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The Nazi campaign to send U-boats across the Atlantic to the U.S. at the beginning of Operation Drumbeat.
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Germany devastated Allied ships in the Atlantic, thanks to the new wolf pack tactic in 1940.
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The four Soviet subs involved in the Cuban Missile Crisis and how they nearly triggered a nuclear war.
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The February 1945 clash of HMS Venturer and U-864 marks the first underwater submarine battle in history.
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A small fleet of British submarines is perhaps the Allies last chance to keep Germany and the Axis Powers from capturing Egypt.

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