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A new history of the significant World War II battle in the Pacific, published to coincide with the 75th battle of Guadalcanal, which lasted from August to February , has produced a torrent of histories, many by the participants, but first-time readers will have no complaints about this straightforward account by 5/5(2). Author of Great Battles of the Royal Navy, German Capital Ships and Raiders in World War II, The Defeat of the enemy attack on shipping, , World War II tanks, Global Security, The future of sea power, The Price of Disobedience, Battle for the fiørdsWritten works: Vanguard to Trident, German armour, Poland and France,
A sweeping narrative history--the first in over twenty years--of America's first major offensive of World War II, the brutal, no-quarter-given campaign to take Japanese-occupied Guadalcanal From early August until mid-November of , US Marines, sailors, and pilots struggled for /5(15). The riveting story of an unsung World War II hero who saved countless American lives in the Philippines. When Florence Finch died at the age of , few of her Ithaca, NY neighbors knew that this unassuming Filipina native was a Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient, whose courage and sacrifice were unsurpassed in the Pacific War against Japan.
At least (13) different battles were covered, each in an individual book. Several different authors. If you are interested I could list them. Another two volume series called "Sea Battle in close up: World War II" volume 1 and 2 covers battles noted in the aforementioned individual books plus several other battles. Naval War College Review Vol Number 1 () Winter The essential question that navies resolve in wartime- according to Frank Uhlig,Jr., Editor Emeritus of this journal and author of the article "How Navies Fight, and Why," in this issue- is which belligerent's shipping shall flow and which shall not.
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[Martin Stephen; Eric Grove] This book presents a series of detailed narrations of some of the most significant sea battles of World War II, including Narvik, Crete, Malta, Java Sea, Sirte, Philippine Sea, and Leyte Gulf.
The Battle of the Java Sea (Indonesian: Pertempuran Laut Jawa, Japanese: スラバヤ沖海戦, romanized: Surabaya oki kaisen, lit. 'Battle of Surabaya in open sea') was a decisive naval battle of the Pacific campaign of World War II.
Allied navies suffered a disastrous defeat at the hand of the Imperial Japanese Navy, on 27 Februaryand in secondary actions over successive on: Java Sea.
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Coward. Sea Battles in Close-up: World War 2. by Eric Grove. Hardcover This book presents a series of detailed narrations of some of the most significant sea battles of World War II, including Narvik, Crete, Malta, Java Sea, Sirte, Philippine Sea, and Leyte Gulf.
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$ $ Free shipping. Battles Decisive Conflicts Shaped World editor Martin Dougherty PB Sea Battles in Close-up-World war 2 by Seller Rating: % positive. Narvik: Battles in the Fjords by Peter Dickens: 9: Operation Neptune by B.B. Schofield: Battles of the Malta Striking Forces (Sea Battles in Close Up) by Peter C.
Smith: The Battle of the Coral Sea by Bernard Millot: Escape of the Scharnhorst & Gneisenau by Peter Kemp: The battle of Sirte by S. Pack: The Battle of the. Covering many facets of naval warfare as practiced in World War II is Sea Battles in Close-up: Volume Two (Naval Institute Press) by Eric Grove.
Air, surface, and submarine operations are all involved in the selected battles covered in this book. The locations of these battles span the globe—e.g., Narvik, Crete, the Java Sea, and Leyte Gulf.
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John Curtin: A Biography Narvik: battles in the fjords Issue 9 of Sea battles in close-up: Author: Peter Dickens: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Naval Institute Press, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects: History › Military › World War II.
History / Military / World War II Narvik 4/5(1).Sea Battles in Close-Up, World War II. Naval Inst Pr, Hardcover. Very Good.Title: Battle of Sirte. Sea Battles in Close-up Author: Pack, S. W. C. Categories: NAVAL, L Edition: 1st Edition Publisher: Naval Institute,