America's First Submarine
- U.S. Navy's first submarine. // American History Illustrated;Apr84, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p36
U.S. Navy's first submarine was scrapped 50 years ago. But now the `Holland' has been brought to the surface and restored for the Royal Navy Museum in Gosport, Hampshire, England.
- Deeper Diver. // Popular Science;Mar2013, Vol. 282 Issue 3, p88
The article discusses the history of the research submarine "Alvin," with a focus on an article in the August 1964 issue of the periodical "Popular Science" on the submarine's initial construction.
- The inventor of the first practical submarine began his work in a secret Irish attempt to sink the Royal Navy. Hall Jr., Robert D. // Military History;Oct2000, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p28
Discusses the making of the first prototypes submarine, designed and constructed by John Holland to attack Britain's Royal Navy in 19th century. Factors that lead to the sinking of Holland's Boat No. 1; Historical account of Boat No. 2, Fenian Ram.
- Batfish (Book Review). Itkin, Stanley L. // Library Journal;7/1/1980, Vol. 105 Issue 13, p1513
Reviews the book 'Batfish: the champion 'submarine-killer' submarine of World War II,' by Hughston E. Lowder and Jack Scott.
- Sinking the Shinano. // Yankee;Mar87, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p101
Capt Joseph Enright recalls how his submarine, the USS Archer-Fish, with just four torpedoes, sank the largest warship ever built up to that time, the Japanese Shinano, outside of Tokyo Bay in Nov 1944. Condensed from the book `Shinano! Japan's Secret Supership' by Enright and James Ryan.
- Introduction. Sturma, Michael // Great Circle;2012, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p7
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various aspects related to submarines including importance of submarines in World War II, maritime history and paintings related submarines.
- The Full Hunley. WHEELER, LINDA; RICHARDSON, SARAH // Civil War Times;Jun2012, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p15
The article discusses preservation efforts of the Confederate submarine "Hunley" at the Warren Lasch Conservation Center in Charleston, South Carolina as of June 2012.
- DEEP AND DEADLY. Wilson, Jim // Popular Mechanics;Jul2000, Vol. 177 Issue 7, p76
Traces the history of the submarines used by the United States Navy. Invention of the submarine by John Holland; Role of the submarines in the World War II; Development of the nuclear-powered USS Nautilus.
- 100 years of submarines. Holland Jr., William J. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jan2000, Vol. 126 Issue 1, p71
Traces the United States Navy's use of submarines from 1900 to 2000. Low importance given to submarines in the early 1900s; Use of submarines after the Pearl Harbor attack; Emergence of the nuclear submarine; Submarine force's capability to deter an enemy's construction of its oceangoing...