later, it would be discovered that the Navy's high command
knew all along that the Indianapolis was sailing into
extreme danger and never warned the captain."
"It's Time to Right a Wrong" by Peter Maas,
Parade Magazine, August 20, 2000
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for Captain McVay's court-martial. Although it does confirm
that several mistakes were made by the Navy, it is our opinion
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sinking of the Indianapolis. Also some facts on the page we
believe to be inaccurate, for example the visibility on the
night of the sinking. We would caution browsers to note that
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