The Second World War: Asia and the Pacific
Square One Publishers, Inc., 2002 - 352 Seiten
Beginning with a look at the readiness of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy and the United States armed forces, this book gives a detailed account of the Allies brutal five-year struggle with Japan. It examines the interrelationship of land, sea, and air forces as they battled over the vast reaches of the Pacific Theater of War."
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7th Infantry Division action air forces aircraft airfields airmen Allied amphibious assault Atlas Map Australian base Bataan battalion battle battleships beaches began bomb bombers British Burma campaign capture casualties central Pacific Chiang Chief of Staff China Chinese Colonel combat Combined Fleet command Coox Coral Sea Corps cruisers December decision defense deployed destroyed destroyers East Eichelberger fight fighters Formosa Fuchida Group Guadalcanal Guinea Halsey Hawaii Holland Smith Hollandia Imperial General Headquarters Infantry Division invasion islands Japan Japanese forces Japanese Navy Joint Chiefs Kimmel Kogun Krueger landing forces launched Leyte Lieutenant Luzon MacArthur major Malaya Marianas Marine Division Marshall Midway military Morison move Nagumo naval Nimitz offensive officers Okinawa ordered Pacific Fleet Pacific War Philippines pilots Port Moresby position Rabaul raid Rear Admiral reinforcements Saipan ships Singapore soldiers Spruance Stilwell Stilwell's strategic submarines Task Force torpedo troops Truk United Vice Admiral victory Washington XXIV Corps Yamamoto