The submarine capitals of the world

Kageleiry, J.
March 1990
Yankee;Mar90, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p86
Discusses how the communities of Groton and New London, Conn. are known as submarine capitals of the world. Groton as capital of underwater submarines; New London, home of the submarine sandwich; Lists firsts.


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