Sensuikan Submarine Troms Bibliography

Sensuikan - Submarine Bibliography

Compiled by Robert D. Hackett

Revision 10

English Language Sources:

Alden, John D. U. S. Submarine Attacks During World War II. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1989.

_____________United States and Allied Submarine Successes in the Pacific and Far East During World War II: Chronological Listing. Delmar, New York, 1999. Privately published by the author.

Andrews, Lewis M., Jr. Tempest, Fire and Foe. Destroyer Escorts in World War II and the Men Who Manned Them. Bloomington: Trafford Publishing, 2002.

Argyle, Christopher. War Monthly Vol.7, No. 1. London: Marshall Cavendish.

Blair, Clay, Jr. Silent Victory: The U. S. Submarine War Against Japan. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1975.

____________. Hitler's U-Boat War: The Hunted, 1942-1945. New York: Random House, 1998.

Boyd, Carl and Yoshida, Akihiko. The Japanese Submarine Force and World War II. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1995.

Brennecke, Jochen. Hunters and the Hunted. New York: W. W. Norton & Co. 1957.

Brice, Martin. Axis Blockade Runners. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1981.

Bridgland, Tony. Waves of Hate. Naval Atrocities of the Second World War. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 2002.

Bunker, John. Heroes in Dungarees. The Story of the American Merchant Marine in World War II. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1995.

Burlingame, Burl. Advance Force: Pearl Harbor. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 2002.

Carpenter, Dorr P. and Polmar, Norman. Submarines of the Imperial Japanese Navy 1904-1945. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1986.

Carr, Jess W., ASEC, USN (Ret). VS-57 and the Sinking of Japanese Submarine I-17.

Cooper, Harry, Ed. U-Boat! Hernando, Florida: Sharkhunters International. 1997.

Crabb, Brian J. Passage to Destiny. The Sinking of the S.S. Khedive Ismail in the Sea War Against Japan. Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1997.

Cressman, Robert J. The Official Chronology of the U.S. Navy in World War II. Naval Historical Branch, Contemporary History Branch.

Dunn, Peter. Australia at War.

Frank, Richard B. Guadalcanal. New York: Random House, 1990.

_______________Downfall: The End of the Imperial Japanese Empire. New York: Random House, 1999.

Gamble, Bruce D. Black Sheep One: The Life of Gregory "Pappy" Boyington. San Francisco: Presidio Press, 2000.

Garfield, Brian. The Thousand-Mile War. Bantam.

Gehring, Bob. Welcome aboard DE-440, "The Real McCoy". \

Geise, Otto and Wise, James E., Captain, USN-Ret. Shooting the War: Memoirs of a WWII U-Boat Officer. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1994.

Geoghegan, John J. Operation Storm: Japan's Top Secret Submarines and Its Plan to Change the Course of World War II. New York: Crown Publishers, 2013.

Goss, Chris. Bloody Biscay: The Story of the Luftwaffe's Only Long Range Maritime Fighter Unit, V Gruppe/Kampfgeschwader 40, and its Adversaries, 1942-1944. Manchester, England: Crecy Publishing, 1997.

Grose, Peter. A Very Rude Awakening. The Night the Japanese Midget Subs Came to Sydney Harbour. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2007.

Hackett, Robert D., Colonel, USAF-Ret. and Kingsepp, Sander. Senkan!: Stories and Battle Histories of the IJN's Battleships.

________________________________. Junyokan!: Stories and Battle Histories of the IJN's Cruisers.

________________________________. Sensuikan!: Stories and Battle Histories of the IJN's Submarines.

Hammel, Eric. Guadalcanal: Decision at Sea. The Naval Battle of Guadalcanal, November 13-15, 1942.New York: CrownPublishers, 1988.

Hashimoto, Mochitsura. Sunk: The Story of the Japanese Submarine Fleet. New York: Henry Holt, 1954.

Helgason, Gudmundur. The U-Boat Net.

Holmes, W. J., Captain, USN-Ret. Double-Edged Secrets: U. S. Naval Intelligence Operations in the Pacific in World War II. New York: Berkley Books, 1981.

__________Undersea Victory: The Influence of Submarine Operations on the War in the Pacific. New York: Doubleday, 1966.

Holt, Thaddeus. The Deceivers: Allied Military Deception in the Second World War. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2004.

Hoyt, Edwin P. Guadalcanal.New York: Stein and Day, 1981.

Icenhower, Joseph B. Rear Admiral-Ret, USN. Submarines in Combat. New York: Franklin Watts. 1964.

Jenkins, David. Battle Surface! Japan's Submarine War Against Australia 1942-44 . Australia: Random House, 1992.

Jones, Terry and Carruthers, Steven. A Parting Shot: Shelling of Australia by Japanese Submarines 1942. Sydney: Casper Publications, 2013.

Kato, Yasuto. Sorties of Various Kaiten Groups.

Kemp, Paul. Midget Submarines of the Second World War.London: Chatham Publishing, 1999.

Klemen, L. The Netherlands East Indies, 1941-1942.

Krug, Hans-Joachim, Hirama, Yoichi, Sander Nagashima, Berthold and Niestle, Axel. Reluctant Allies. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 2001.

Lawson, Siri Holm. Norwegian Merchant Fleet, 1939-1945.

Lengerer, Hans. Japanese Hybrid Warships. Ise and Hyuga, Mogami, I-400 Class and I-13 Class. Katowice-Speyer: Model Hobby and Trojca, 2009.

Lewis, Tom. Darwin's Submarine I-124. Adelaide: Avonmore Books, 2010.

Lockwood, Vice Admiral Charles A., USN-Ret. and Adamson, Colonel Hans Christian, USAF-Ret. Hellcats of the Sea. New York: Bantam Books, 1955.

Lundstrom, John B. The First Team: Air Combat from Pearl Harbor to Midway. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1984.

__________ Black Shoe Carrier Admiral: Frank Jack Fletcher at Coral Sea, Midway, and Guadalcanal. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 2006.

Mair, Michael with Joy Waldron. Kaiten: Japan's Secret Manned Suicide Submarine and the First American Ship It Sank in WW II. New York: Berkley, 2014.

Michno, Gregory F. USS Pampanito: Killer Angel. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2000.

Miller, Vernon J. Japanese Submarine Losses to Allied Submarines in World War II. Bennington, Vermont: Merriam Press, 2008.

O'Neill, Richard. Suicide Squads: The Men and Machines of World War II Special Operations. London: Salamander Books, Ltd. 1999.

Orita Zenji with Joseph D. Harrington. I-Boat Captain. Canoga Park: Major Books, 1976.

Padfield, Peter. War Beneath the Sea. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1998.

Paine, Thomas O. The Transpacific Voyage of H.I.J.M.S. I-400: Tom Paine's Journal: July 1945 to January 1946. http://www.

Parshall, Jonathan, and Anthony Tully. Shattered Sword: The Untold Story of the Battle of Midway. Lincoln: Potomac Books, 2005.

Paterson, Lawrence. The Kriegsmarine: 1939 to 1945.

__________ Hitler's Grey Wolves. U-Boats in the Indian Ocean. London: Greenhill Books, 2004.

Pictorial History of the Second World War, Vol. III. New York: William H. Wise & Co. 1944.

Ramsey, Clay. The United States Asiatic Fleet.

Rielly, Robin L. Kamikaze Attacks of World War II. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2010.

Roscoe, Theodore. Tin Cans. New York: Bantam Books, 1960.

Rohwer, Jurgen. Axis Submarine Successes of World War Two: German, Italian and Japanese Submarine Successes, 1939-1945. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1999.

Sakaida, Henry with Gary Nila, Koji Takaki. I-400, Japan's Secret Aircraft-carrying Strike Submarine. Manchester: Hikoki Publications, 2006.

Sasgen, Peter. Red Scorpion: The War Patrols of the USS Rasher. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1995.

Schratz, Paul R., Captain, USN-Ret. Submarine Commander. New York: Pocket Books, 1990.

Shores, Christopher and Cull, Brian with Izawa Yasuho. Bloody Shambles (Vol. 1 - The Drift to War to The Fall of Singapore, Vol. 2 - The Defence of Sumatra to The Fall of Burma). London: Grub Street, 2003/2000.

Smith, Michael. The Emperor's Codes. London: Transworld Publishers Ltd., 2001.

Smith, Steven T. Wolfpack. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 2003.

Stevens, David M. U-Boat Far From Home: The Epic Voyage of the U-862 to Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1997.

_____________The Role of Maritime Power in the New Guinea Campaign 1942-43. Australian Defence Force Journal No. 113, July/August 1995, pp. 19-25.

_____________The War Cruise of the I-6, March 1943. Australian Defence Force Journal No. 102, September/October 1993, pp. 39-46.

Tennent, Alan J. British and Commonwealth Merchant Ship Losses to Axis Submarines 1939-1945. Thrupp: Sutton Publishing, 2002.

Toppan, Andrew. DANFS Online - The Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships.

Ugaki, Matome. Fading Victory: The Diary of Admiral Matome Ugaki 1941-1945. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1991.

U.S. Military History Section, Headquarters Army Forces Far East.

__________Japanese Monograph No. 102. Submarine Operations, December 1941-April 1942. 1952.

__________Japanese Monograph No. 110. Submarine Operations in Second Phase Operations, Part I, April-August 1942. 1952.

__________Japanese Monograph No. 111. Submarine Operations in Second Phase Operations, Part II, Aug 42-Mar 43.

__________ The Imperial Japanese Navy in World War II. 1952.

Vause, Jordan. U-boat Ace: The Story of Wolfgang Luth. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1990.

Warner, Peggy with Sadao Seno. The Coffin Boats. Japanese Midget Submarine Operations in the Second World War. London: Leo Cooper, 1986.

Washichek, Richard J. Knights of the Sea: PT Boats of World War II.

Watts, Anthony J. Axis Submarines: World War 2 Fact Files. Arco Publishing Company, 1977.

Wiggins, Melanie. U-Boat Adventures: Firsthand Accounts From World War II. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1999.

Winton, John. ULTRA in the Pacific. London: Leo Cooper, 1993.

Wright, Christopher C., Ed. The U. S. Navy's Operation of the former Imperial Japanese Navy Submarines I-14, I-400 and I-401. Toledo, Ohio: Warship International, Vol No. XXXVII, No. 4, 2000.

Y'Blood, William T. The Little Giants: Escort Carriers Against Japan. Annapolis: US Naval Institute Press, 1987.

Yokota Yutaka with Harrington, Joseph D. Suicide Submarine! The Story of Japan's Submarine "Kamikaze" of Manned Torpedoes! New York: Ballantine Books, 1962.

Japanese Language Sources:

Araki Asakichi. I-Go Kancho Senkoki (War Records of an I-class Submarine Commander). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 1999.

Fukada Masao. Zokan Tekunoroji Kaihatsu Monogatari. Kaigun Gijutsu-shikan no Kaiso (Story of Dream and Endeavour of Naval Engineers). Tokyo: Kojinsha, 1999.

Fukuda Takeshi et al. Gunkan Kaihatsu Monogatari (How Warships Are Designed). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2007.

Fukui Shizuo. Sensuikan Monogatari (The History of Japanese Submarines). Tokyo: Kojinsha, 2009.

_____________Shusen to Teikoku-kantei (Japanese Naval Vessels Survived. Their Post-war Activities and Final Disposition). Tokyo: Kojinsha, 2011.

Futami Masakazu. Maa, Bo no Tsuzurikata: I-23-Go Sensuikan no Shinjitsu (The Tale of a Youth - True History of the Submarine I-23). Tokyo: Hon no Fukeisha, 2008.

Hanai Bunichi. I-Go 38 Sensuikan (The Submarine I-38). Tokyo: Genshu Shuppansha, 2000.

Hara Genji. I-17-sen Funsenki (The Battles of I-17). Tokyo: Asahi Sonorama, 1988.

Hashimoto Mochitsura. I-58 Kito-seri (I-58 Returns). Tokyo: Gakken M Bunko 2001.

I-Go Dai-10 Sensuikan. Shinro Nishi e! (Submarine I-10 Is Heading West!). Tokyo, Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2011.

Ikeda Katsutake. I-Go Dai-366 Sensuikan no Issho (The Career of the Submarine I-366). Tokyo: Bungeisha, 2009.

Inaba Michimune. Kaitei 110,000 Kairi (110,000 Miles Under the Sea). Tokyo: Asahi Sonorama, 1984.

I-Ro-Ha-Kai Society. I-Go Sensuikan Hooki (The Records of Type I Submarines Visiting Europe). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2006.

Itakura Kyoko with Norioka Kataoka. Densetsu no Sensuikancho - Otto Itakura Mitsuma no Shogai (The Life of My Husband Itakura Mitsuma, the Legendary Submarine Skipper). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2015.

Itakura Mitsuma. Aa, I-Go Sensuikan (Type I Submarines). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 1996.

_____________Fuchin Sensuikancho no Tatakai (The Battles of an Unsinkable Submarine Commander).Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2011.

Katsume Junya. Nippon Kaigun no Sensuikan - Sono Keifu to Senreki Zenkiroku (The Submarines of the Japanese Navy, Their Genealogy and Complete Service Records). Tokyo: Dainippon Kaiga, 2010.

_____________Kaigun Tokushu Senkotei (Attack Groups from Pearl Harbor to Diego Suarez and Sydney). Tokyo: Dainippon Kaiga, 2011.

Kimata Jiro. Nippon Sensuikan Senshi (The Battle History of Japanese Submarines). Tokyo: Tosho Shuppansha, 1993.

_____________Sensuikan Kogeki (Submarine Attacks). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2000.

_____________Gekichin Senki (Warship Loss Records). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2013.

Konada Toshiharu with Norioka Kataoka. Tokko Kaiten-sen (The Kaiten Battles). Tokyo: Kojinsha, 2006.

Kunimoto Yasufumi. Rikugun Senko-yusotei YU. Hitachi-sei YU-3 Shashinshu. (A Photo Collection of the Japanese Army's Hitachi-built Transport Submarine YU-3). Tokyo: privately published, 2008.

Maki Ko. I-25-Go Shutsugeki Su (Submarine I-25 Attacks). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2009.

Miyamoto Masafumi. Kaiten Gunzo (Kaiten Pilot Records). Tokyo: Kadokawa, 2008.

Nakamura Hideki. Honto no Tokushu Senkotei no Tatakai (Japanese Midget Submarine Operations). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2007.

_____________Honto no Sensuikan no Tatakaikata (Japanese Submarines in Action). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2011.

Nakashima Atsumi. Rikugun Sensuikan Kantai (Japanese Army's Submarine Fleet). Tokyo: Shinjinbutsu Oraisha, 2006.

Nippon Kaigun Kantei Shashinshu (Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy) Vol. 19. I-Go, Kiraisen, Junsen, Kaidai-gata, Ko-gata, Otsu-gata, Hei-gata (Types I, etc). Tokyo: Kaijinsha, 1997.

Nippon Kaigun Kantei Shashinshu (Warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy) Vol. 20. I-Go, Ro-Go, Ha-Go, Tokushu Senkotei (Types I, RO, HA and the Midget Submarines). Tokyo: Kaijinsha, 1998.

Saito Kan. Tetsu no Hitsugi (Iron Coffin). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2008.

Sakamoto Kaneyoshi (ed). Nippon Kaigun Sensuikan-shi (The History of Japanese Submarines). Tokyo: privately published, 1979.

Sato Kazumasa. Kanchotachi no Taiheiyo Senso (The Pacific War Described by 34 IJN Skippers).Tokyo: Kojinsha, 1983.

_____________Gunkan Monogatari (Warship Sagas). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2003.

Sato Tsugio. Maboroshi no Sensui-kubo (Phantom Submarine-carriers). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2001.

Shashin Nippon no Gunkan (The Imperial Japanese Navy) Vol. 12. I-Go, Ro-Go, Ha-Go, Midget Submarines. Tokyo: Kojinsha, 1995.

Senshi Sosho Vol. 29. Hokuto Homen Kaigun Sakusen. (Naval Operations in the Northeast Area) Tokyo: Boeicho Boei Kenshujo Senshishitsu, 1969.

Senshi Sosho Vol. 98. Sensuikan-shi (The History of Japanese Submarines). Tokyo: Boeicho Boei Kenshujo Senshishitsu, 1979.

Takahashi Kazuo. Shinryu Tokubetsu Kogekitai (Divine Dragon Special Attack Squadron). Tokyo: Kojinsha, 2009.

Tanimura Yasuhiro (ed). Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun Kantei Zukan 1941-1945 (The Vessels of the Imperial Japanese Navy Illustrated (1941-1945). Tokyo: Hobby Japan, 2014.

Toda Kazushige (ed). Nippon Kaigun Kantei Shashinshu. Sensuikan. Sensuibokan. (Japanese Naval Warship Photo Album. Submarines and Submarine Depot Ships. Kure Maritime Museum, 2005.

Torisu Kennosuke. Nippon Kaigun Sensuikan Monogatari (The Story of the Japanese Submarine Fleet). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 2011.

Toyoda Jo. Etajima Kyoiku (Education at Etajima). Tokyo: Shueisha Bunko, 1983.

Tsurukame Akira. Umi ni Nemuru Chichi wo Motomete - Nichi-Ei-Ran Kiseki no Deai (In Search of My Father Beneath the Blue Sea – Three Families, Three Nations, and a Journey of Reconciliation). Tokyo: Gakken, 2007.

Yokota Yutaka. Aa, Kaiten Tokkotai (The Kaiten Special Attack Unit). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 1994.

Yoshida Toshio. Shikikantachi no Taiheiyo Senso (Pacific War As Described by Senior Japanese Officers). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko, 1984.

_____________Higeki no Gunkan (Warship Tragedies). Tokyo: Kojinsha NF Bunko 2002.

Yoshimura Akira. Senshi no Shogenshatachi (Witnesses of War). Tokyo: Bunshun Bunko, 1999.

_____________Shinkai no Shisha (Undersea Messengers). Tokyo: Bunshun Bunko, 2007.

_____________Soin Okoshi (Reveille, All Hands!). Tokyo: Bunshun Bunko, 2012.


Military Classics Vol. 38. I-Go Sensuikan (Type I submarines). Tokyo: Ikaros Shuppan, 2012.

Sekai no Kansen (Ships of the World) No. 469. Nippon Sensuikan-shi (The History of Japanese Submarines). Tokyo: Kaijinsha, 1993.

Gakken Pacific War Series:

Nihon no Sensuikan Pafekuto Gaido (Perfect Guide to Japanese Submarines). Tokyo: Gakken, 2004.

Teikoku Kanjoki-Suijoki Pafekuto Gaido (Perfect Guide to IJN Carrier and Shipboard Aircraft). Tokyo: Gakken, 2006.

Vol. 17. I-Go Sensuikan (Type I Submarines). Tokyo: Gakken, 2000.

Vol. 35. Kohyo-teki to Koryu (Type A and Koryu-class Midget Submarines) Tokyo: Gakken, 2002.

Vol. 36. Kairyu to Kaiten (The Kairyu Class and Kaiten Type Human Torpedoes). Tokyo: Gakken, 2002.

German Language Sources:

Brennecke, Jochen. Haie im Paradies. Hamburg: Koehler, 2002.

Busch, Harald. Totentanz der sieben Meere. So war der U-Boot-Krieg. Bielefeld: Deutscher Heimat-Verlag, 1960.

Hofmann, Markus. Deutsche U-Boote 1935-1945.

Lengerer, Hans. Japans letzter Einsatzmittel zur See: Einige Angaben zum Klein-U-Boot Kairyu. Munich: Bernard & Graefe Verlag, GmbH & Co., Marine-Rundschau 11/1979, pp. 696-706.

_____________ Vor 40 Jahren: Die Schlacht bei den Santa-Cruz-Inseln. Munich: Marine-Rundschau 2/1983, pp. 83-87.

_____________ Kriegsschiff Nr. 71. Vorläufer der U-Boote mit hoher Geschwindigkeit. Munich: Marine-Rundschau 8/1983, pp. 372-376.

Uchino Shinji. Die erfolgreiche Fahrt des japanischen U-Bootes I-8. Koblenz: Marine-Rundschau 6/1984, pp. 224-227.


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