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War In The Pacific

Author : Bernard C. Nalty
ISBN : 0806131993
Genre : History
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The collective effort of ten military historians describes World War II's Pacific campaign, describing each step of the conflict with clarity and in exhaustive detail. Color maps. Photos, many in color.
Category: History

Hap Arnold

Author : Bill Yenne
ISBN : 9781621573005
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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General Henry Harley "Hap" Arnold is widely considered the father of the United States Air Force. But his long list of accomplishments doesn't begin or end there. He was also the first and only five-star general of the US Air Force; one of the first US military aviators; the first American to carry air mail; and the architect of the war-winning air strategy of World War II. In this new biography of one of the American military’s most towering figures, author Bill Yenne weaves the story of Hap Arnold's life, from his youthful days as a cunning prankster to his sunset career as an elder statesman. All along, Yenne unfolds General Arnold's life like the adventure story it is. A bold advocate for technological advancement, Hap Arnold was a powerful character in the golden age of aviation, an innovative warrior in the conflict that defined the modern era, and the creator of an entirely new branch of the US military. Hap Arnold: The General Who Invented the US Air Force is a page-turning adventure biography for history buffs, aviation enthusiasts, and anyone interested in the events that shaped America and the world in the first half of the twentieth century.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Great Military Leaders

Author : William T. Worthington
ISBN : 159033275X
Genre : History
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Great Military Leaders - A Bibliography with Vignettes
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U S Army Heraldic Crests

Author : Barry Jason Stein
ISBN : 0872499634
Genre : Political Science
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A comprehensive guide to the authorized unit insignia from the American Revolution through the Persian Gulf War.
Category: Political Science

United States Army In World War 2

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Genre : History
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CMH Publication 9-2. United States Army in World War 2. Tells the story of General Stilwell's experiences in the China-Burma-India (CBI) theater between October 1943 and his recall in October 1944. Chronicles the seizure of Myitkyina in Burma and the Salween River fighting in China. Includes tables, charts, maps, illustrations, bibliographical note, glossaries, and index. L.C. card 55-60004. Item 345. Related products: World War II resources collection can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/world-war-ii China product collection is available here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/international-foreign-affairs/asia/china India product collection is available here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/india Other products produced by the U.S. Army, Center of Miltary History can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/agency/1061
Category: History

World War Two

Author : Jeremy Black
ISBN : 0415305357
Genre : History
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World War II was the sum of numerous related conflicts with their own causes, patterns and outcomes. This convincing survey takes a global perspective to explain the complicated course of the war in military terms.
Category: History

Conduct Under Fire

Author : John A. Glusman
ISBN : 1101117842
Genre : History
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The fierce, bloody battles of Bataan and Corregidor in the Philippines are legendary in the annals of World War II. Those who survived faced the horrors of life as prisoners of the Japanese. In Conduct Under Fire, John A. Glusman chronicles these events through the eyes of his father, Murray, and three fellow navy doctors captured on Corregidor in May 1942. Here are the dramatic stories of the fall of Bataan, the siege of “the Rock,” and the daily struggles to tend the sick, wounded, and dying during some of the heaviest bombardments of World War II. Here also is the desperate war doctors and corpsmen waged against disease and starvation amid an enemy that viewed surrender as a disgrace. To survive, the POWs functioned as a family. But the ties that bind couldn’t protect them from a ruthless counteroffensive waged by American submarines or from the B-29 raids that burned Japan’s major cities to the ground. Based on extensive interviews with American, British, Australian, and Japanese veterans, as well as diaries, letters, and war crimes testimony, this is a harrowing account of a brutal clash of cultures, of a race war that escalated into total war. Like Flags of Our Fathers and Ghost Soldiers, Conduct Under Fire is a story of bravery on the battlefield and ingenuity behind barbed wire, one that reveals the long shadow the war cast on the lives of those who fought it.
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