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  1. says:

    I watched this movie on youtube and it was great The presence of Burt Lancaster helped too and Clark Gable is there as wellGable plays the captain and Lancaster the executive officer of a submarineBoth are in conflict because the captain first denies the executive officer his shot at command and then recklessly pursues a dangerousalmost suicidal mission disobeying orders from the high commandGreat action seuences of war at seaIt's been compared to the German submarine filmDas BootI think it's betterGreat entertainment


  2. says:

    Before there was Tom Clancy there was Commander Edward L Beach Jr If Clancy had studied hard he might have ualified to change the ink in Beach's pen Run Silent Run Deep is a classic novel of World War II Pacific theatre submarine warfare Beach was a WWII submarine veteran himself and wrote a gripping plausible thriller about life under the sea and the perils of making war thereIt's a book of its time women are nearly invisible the Japanese are insulted when they're not feared and the hero is such a 40s American White Man you can practically see the starch in his collar and the pants belted around his chest You can't ignore any of that but if you set the book in context it stands up as a classic thrillerMy copy incidentally is the one that my late grandfather owned He himself was a proud World War II Navy vet though he'd served on the shore He thought Beach's novel was one of the best adventure stories ever written Who am I to argue?


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    I read this book in high school A L o n g time ago This book started it allthe exploits of Sam Dealey Morton Gano O'Kanethe ships Trigger Wahoo Harder From this book forward I was hooked on warships First were the subs after that came the Battleshipsthen cruisers and finally ending up with DesRon23 and Arleigh Burke I was the only kid at my high school who could rattle of the entire fleet that attacked Pearl Harbor While that may be a dubious distinction the love of ships that began with this book grew and stood with me throughout my life I think this book is probably a classic by now It certainly should beCaptain Beach takes us through the inner workings of the older pre war S boat submarines By the time he takes command of his new construction sub Walrus the reader has a good working knowledge of what a submarine IS Throughout the book the reader is submerged in the world of submarines and submarine warfare The tale he weaves is one that the reader can dive into and enjoy from Cmdr Richardsons first encounter with Bungo Pete his enforced shore duty finally being given command of Eel The reader is swept along through encounter after encounter and can't help but feel the loss when Richardsons former exec Jim Bledsoe is given command of Walrus enters the Bungo Straits and is lost Richardson begs to be let into Area 7 the Bungo Suido and destroy Bungo Pete himself He succeeds and the war ends shortly afterwards Eel making only three patrols The rest is the story of what happens in Washington DCThere is no pornographic imagery in the writing and the language is written in the style of the late '40s early '50s so no problem for the younger generationI highly recommend this book for anyone who loves ships submarines and action


  4. says:

    16 Jan 2019 I just saw a friend list this in his read list and it brought back some good memories I think I read it one summer when I was Jr High or High School in the late 60s or early 70s age I remember liking it very much since it was about war which was a totally fascinating subject to me at the time I could not get enough of war stories from watching Combat Rat Patrol and The Gallant Men on TV to movies such as The Longest Day The Great Escape Stalag 13 Patton Sink the Bismark etc I certainly grew out of that stage and have developed a major antipathy to war But the feelings of what it was like to command a submarine in Japanese waters during WWII still are in my mind from this book the constant tension the fear the claustrophobia and the exhilaration or at least release when one major danger was vanuished before others could build


  5. says:

    A classic in the vein of Das Boot but not uite as goodThe mindset of different military people fascinates me Navy people think Army people are strange for sleeping the mud while Army people think Navy people are weird for being on shipsBut submariners are a breed apart One of the scariest things I did in Special Ops was a submarine lock out I commanded a maritime operations team which meant we'd all graduated the Royal Danish Navy's combat swim school Surface swimming and infiltration and exfiltration but NOT scuba So when we went in the escape hatch to do a lock out the entry hatch was locked behind us We had to hold our breaths as the hatch filled Then wait until pressure eualized and someone inside the sub opened the outer hatch Those moments when both hatches are locked and the compartment is full of water is a bit nerve wracking My hats off to all who prowled the deeps


  6. says:

    Shallow characterizations superficial war perspective average writing Lots of Make heading 70 degrees 70 degrees aye dialog Kind of fun and an interesting storyline but of the WW2 US navy books I've been reading this is not the best


  7. says:

    This is one of my favorite war stories It was a major best seller when it came out ten years after World War II It has a level of authenticity you seldom find in military fiction It is a submarine book which reads as if it were written by someone who had commanded a submarine in wartime for an extraordinary reason It wasSo why isn't this book widely available? I couldn't find a current paperback or ebook edition at all The edition I show here is the only one I found It may still be available new but my copy is an ex library copy used of course purchased through the mailAs pointed out in the introduction of this edition not only had Edward L Beach Jr served as executive officer and then captain of American submarines in the Pacific in World War II at the time he wrote this book he was still a serving naval officer This is an amazing piece of work for somebody to have knocked out in their spare time from a job which had them on call 24 hours a dayIt reads as authentic not only in the detailed and correct description of operating a combat submarine but in the horror of a campaign marked by savagery on both sides I will not speak of war crimes as I don't want to moralize here I will just say that there was little uarter asked or given by either side in the Pacific War Most military fiction sanitizes this in a one sided manner often than not In its small way Run Silent Run Deep does not That makes it rare and special in this genreI have read complaints that certain characters such as Laura Commander Richardson's love interest aren't well realized This doesn't particularly bother me If she is an ideal seen only from a distance that reflects the reality of the situation of men aboard a submarine thousands of miles from those they loved To them home and family are dreams not a real presence The lack of development of a character barely seen and almost unknown is realistic If anything about this is not realistic it is that Richardson would fall in love so uickly with someone he had met so seldomI first read this book a long time ago I'm pleased to find it holds up well to my memory of it


  8. says:

    When I saw this title I was excited as I thought it was the book version of a movie I have always placed as a favourite among World War II tales re submarines versus destroyers Perhaps not the usual taste for an elderly lady to enjoy but then I have always had a weakness for sea stories perhaps because I was born at the start of World War II and saw many video clips of military action at sea in the cinema way back in the 1940s I was however disappointed to find this was not what I thought It is a very detailed account of the life of an American submarine captain and the running of his Sub I confess I did skip it pretty often as I made my way through it I wouldn't read it again


  9. says:

    I read this book in High school and found it interestingThe idea of living in a small space like sardinesThe constant fear of Depth ChargesThe failure of torpedoes to explode on contactNo news from home Isolation dirty Little or no fresh air


  10. says:

    A novel about the World War II submarine service Commander Edward Richardson and the crew of the Waldrus are operating in Japanese waters with its dangers when they become the hunted


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That reeks authenticity Based on true events experienced by the author during World War II this story will have fans of Tom Clancy and Lothar Gunther Buchheim gripped from start to finis When I saw this title I was excited as I thought it was the book version of a movie I have always placed as a favourite among World War II tales re submarines versus destroyers Perhaps not the usual taste for an elderly lady to enjoy but then I have always had a weakness for sea stories perhaps because I was born at the start of World War II and saw many video clips of military action at sea in the cinema way back in the 1940s I was however disappointed to find this was not what I thought It is a very detailed account of the life of an American submarine captain and the running of his Sub I confess I did skip it pretty often as I made my way through it I wouldn't read it again