The USS Utah (BB-31/AG-16) and the USS Oklahoma (BB-37) in Peace and War |
by Harvey M. Beigel.
Publisher: Pictorial Histories Publishing, Inc.
Publish Date: 2004
Edition: First Printing
Description: 11 x 8-1/2 format, 88 pages, 95 photos, maps and drawings, full color ship's profile fold out, The USS Utah and the USS Okalahoma, both commissioned in the first quarter of the twentieth century, shared several experiences together. The most momentous event in the history of these warships was that both were moored at very vulnerable places in crowded Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941. The sneak attack was so sudden that both doomed ships capsized and sank within minutes after severe torpedo hits.
ID Number: 12519