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While aboard U-90, Lt. Edouard Izac listened to and watched everything around him. Gaining critical intelligence that could be used against the U-boats, Izac knew he must get the information to Allied authorities.
By David T. Zabecki, Military History Magazine
The exhibits remember the victims of U-boat attacks off the Georgia shore and the Coast Guard cutters and Navy blimps that fought the subs, not to mention the thousands of local shipyard workers who churned out Liberty ships.
Beginning Aug. 13, the historical association is planning five days of events to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Mirlo rescue — one of the most daring in Coast Guard history.
By Jeff Hampton, The (Norfolk) Virginia-Pilot via AP