by  Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic

The battleship Indianapolis had a distinguished record during World War II as it saw action at Iwo Jima but it is best remembered as being the greatest sea disaster in the history of the U.S. Navy.  On July 30, 1945 the Indianapolis was sunk by a Japanese torpedo losing nearly 900 of its crew. The captain of the ship was blamed for the disaster but this book aims to show all the evidence.  Perfect for World War II history buffs.