From The History Guy.
By May 1942, nearly half of the forty surface ships of the U.S. Asiatic fleet would be sunk, including the fleet’s largest vessel, the heavy cruiser USS Houston. But the improbable survival of one of the fleet’s vessels, the light cruiser USS Marblehead, is the stuff of legend. The extraordinary voyage of the Marblehead is history that deserves to be remembered.
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THG videos referenced in this episode:
Hawaii and the Tanager Expedition of 1923 https://youtu.be/EMYQi0dCvRw
USS Pigeon and the Presidential Unit Citation https://youtu.be/rkZuSc0WtJc
Just Nuisance of the Royal Navy https://youtu.be/Rqpk6RolUNk
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