The Day The Sealion Sank The Battleship "kongo"

cshortridge73
20th October 2012, 15:49
To SEALION (SS-315) skipper Eli Reich it was a lucky shot - to the U.S. Navy it was the first Japanese battleship known to be sunk by a submarine's torpedoes - but to all it was an extreme example of a lone captain's courage under fire.

Exciting details of a subs lucky shot.....click HERE (http://navalmerchantshiparticles.blogspot.com/2009/10/myblogs-has-been-movedto-below-new.html) for the story