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The Dragon's Triangle

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Acknowledgments
Another triangle of doom
A role call of disappearances
Great ships that sailed into oblivion
Planes that never landed
Submarines that never surfaced
The perseverance of legend
Ghost ships of the Dragon Triangle
Mikakunin Hiko-Buttai
The shaking land, the restless sea
The uncertain islands
Sunken lands and vanished civilizations
Atomic warfare: ancient and modern
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Hardcover, 1st, 208 pages
Published 1989 by Wynwood Press (NYC) (first published January 2nd 1985)
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J Rice
Jan 31, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Great read that is built upon slices of time for the main characters from WW2 of the Allies (read Americans) and a Submarine crew involved with treasure plundered by the Japanese near the Phillipines.
The time slices of the heroine and her yacht, greedy well connected ruthless crooks and her "lost" boyfriend build the whole story well.
There are several twists that keep up the suspense along the way.
David Koblos
I had heard about the Bermuda triangle when I first got this book into my hands. With the Dragon Triangle, however, on the opposite side of the globe, I was not familiar. So I gobbled up this book as fast as the Eyes of the Sphinx by Däniken.
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Born in NYC, Berlitz was the grandson of Maximilien Berlitz, who founded the Berlitz Language Schools. As a child, Charles was raised in a household in which (by father's orders) every relative & servant spoke to Charles in a different language. He reached adolescence speaking eight languages fluently. In adulthood, he recalled having had the delusion that every human spoke a different languag ...more
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