The Central Pacific Campaign, 1943-1944: A Bibliography - Bibliographies of Battles and Leaders (Hardback)James T. Controvich (author)
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Controvich has compiled a thorough guide to the literature surrounding some of America's most famous World War II amphibious operations. Famous for the fights at Tarawa, Saipan, Tinian, and Guam, and for its strategic ramifications, the Central Pacific Campaign was a unique and almost totally American effort. The author cites books, memoirs, monographs, periodical/journal articles, documents, theses and dissertations, and unit histories about this crucial campaign. This source should have particular appeal for those looking for unit histories and detailed accounts of the Central Pacific battles. Readers studying how this campaign fit into overall American strategy in World War II will also find this source useful. . . . Interested students, scholars, veterans, and 'buffs' will find this work invaluable. Choice
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 408 g
Dimensions: 228 x 153 mm
Edition: New edition
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