THIRD EDITION Out of Print
March 1, 2009
REPLACED BY the UPDATED FOURTH EDITION
See web site for a description
subvetpaul@aol.com
Dedicated to the memory of
US Submarine men lost during World War II
and the US Submarine passengers
lost during World War II.

Engraved names on monuments are great however in this editor's opinion,
distribution of published books represent the best way
"TO PERPETUATE THE MEMORY OF US SUBMARINE MEN LOST DURING WWII"


Edition Four has been substantially revised with new researched data and updated information from many family members and a full year of daily research at the St Louis National Archives reviewing original US Navy records.

Each one of the two volumes are now bound in a Library type hard cover 8-1/2" x 11" size set of reference books.

This work represents the most complete compilation of records available anywhere, of the known US Navy Submarine men lost during World War II.

It combines the available genealogy resources and references for further connections to many historic family trees of these men.

The work is intended to "Perpetuate the Memory of the Men Lost during WWII" and become a lasting memorial and research source for future generations of family members, historians and interested researchers.
It belongs in Libraries, Museums, Archive and Genealogy Centers, National Cemeteries, State Archives, National Archive Centers. It is known to be a great complementary source of detailed records at Stone and Bronze Memorial Sites located in virtually every state.
It makes a great gift for invited guests and speakers at Submarine conventions and gatherings.

If the work is not on the shelves of your local historic and / or genealogy research center, please request that this important source and guide to information should be made available for the relatives and descendants of the many US Submarine men who perished during WWII from your community and state.
The acquisitions persons or their agent may contact the publisher:

P.W. WITTMER - PUBLICATIONS
17 Elannchester Dr.
Manchester, MO 63011
EMail subvetpaul@aol.com
Phone 636-227-8898


EDITION FOUR HAS BEEN RELEASED MARCH 1, 2009
ISBN 978-0-9771456-4-5 (TWO VOLUME SET)
Compiled by: Paul W. Wittmer

Donations of sets of these books can be made, in the name of the donor or the donor's organization, and shipped directly to a designated library.
A list of libraries, museums, genealogy centers, State Historic Societies, which would like to have these volumes is available.


Make checks to P.W. Wittmer - Publications LLC
17 Elannchester Dr,
Manchester, MO 63011
Phone 636 227 8898
e-mail: subvetpaul@aol.com






GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INCLUSION OF NAMES

-The man shall have been in the US Navy and attached to a US Submarine or a US Relief Crew, during the period Dec. 7, 1941 through Sept. 2, 1945

-Documentation from a US Archive, Navy or other Government source showing the US Submarine, Submarine Relief Crew or other Naval Unit attached to and date of death.

-A brief statement describing the cause of death

Documentation will be required to support claims in order to make changes, or additions to this presentation.

This compilation is intended for use by members of the deceased families, serious historians, genealogists and researchers.

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for resale is strictly prohibited.

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