History Of United States Naval Operations In World War Ii

Author: Samuel Eliot Morison
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252070389
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Awash with spectacular rescues of downed airmen, bold beach landings, and brilliant though risky strategic gambles, this volume carries Morison's coverage of the war in the Pacific through the Allies' securing of Dutch New Guinea and the ...

History Of United States Naval Operations In World War Ii Volume 14

Author: Samuel Eliot Morison
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252070655
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Presents the infamous campaigns for Iwo Jima and Okinawa, two of the most bitterly contested campaigns of the World War II. This title describes the Japanese defense system of camouflaged rifle pits and fortified gunning positions that held ...

History Of United States Naval Operations In World War Ii

Author: Samuel Eliot Morison
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252070396
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Volume 9: Sicily-Salerno-Anzio, January 1943-June 1944 covers the period of the opening of the second front in the Mediterranean, focusing on three major amphibious operations: the march from North Africa to Sicily (Operation Husky), the ...

History Of United States Naval Operations In World War Ii Aleutians Gilberts And Marshalls June 1942 April 1944

Author: Samuel Eliot Morison
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The enemy twice struck back, at Nanomea and Funafuti, destroying one B-24 and
damaging two. Intensive air searches by the VII Army Air Force began from Baker
and Nanomea on 16 November over segments of a circle with an 800-mile radius
that reached a point east of Maloelap in the Marshalls and, in conjunction with
the searches from 26 Roscoe US. Submarine Operations World War II pp. 281-84
. Permit and Porpoise had taken photos of Kwajalein, not good enough for ...