Published Resources Details Journal Article
- The Holland Torpedo Boat
- The Engineer
- vol. 90, 36797, p. 329
"The United States submarine torpedo boat Holland was recently tried at the manoeuvres at Newport. She ran for miles out to sea with her conning tower almost submerged and approached the Kearsarge within hailing distance. After discharging a dummy torpedo the Holland went in search of the other warships, but was unable to find them owing to their not using their searchlights as instructed. Had they done so, says a Laffan telegram from New York, she might have been able to demolish the entire fleet."