ABOUT THE BOOKS
These books feature stories by Dean S. Lewis a Submariner who served between 1982 and 1988 on all three Oberon Class Submarines in Canada’s Navy. This was the most dangerous period of time during the “Cold War” in which WW III; a nuclear holocaust was within seconds of becoming a reality at least once. This has recently been confirmed by government authorities.
The interesting part about the Submariner Tales books is that they potentially give you what it might be like to be a Submariner aboard diesel-electric submarines during the most dangerous time in history since WW I and WW II. You will be doing intelligence gathering as part of the “Real Secret Service” also known as the “Silent Service” in which Submarines were actively defending their countries from WW III.
You will be aboard during the extreme conditions that Submariners went through while ensuring they were the best trained in the Navy while never knowing if they would return home.
These Submarines and Submariners supported other North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) fleets with training and in Top Secret operations against the former Soviet Union which fell in 1991.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: DEAN S . LEWIS
Dean Scott Lewis was born in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada in 1964 and in 1972 was legally adopted by his step-father. In 1972 he changed his name to Dean Scott Roth. In March of 1982 at the age of 17, he joined the Canadian Armed Force. He was signed in by his parents while pledging allegiance to the Queen and Country at Centennial Hall in London, Ontario. He was sent to Cornwallis, Nova Scotia for “boot camp” as the last naval platoon 8214 before the closing of this base.
He then headed to Halifax, Nova Scotia to be trained as a sonar operator. While on sonar course he received a posting to HMCS Annapolis which had run aground off of Halifax, tearing off their active sonar. Submariners came and asked for volunteers for submarines and as top student for his course, Dean accepted. He desired to do his role as a sonar man in the Secret Service also known as the Silent Service during the “Cold War” and protect Canada.
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