5 edition of Flattop Fighting in World War II found in the catalog.
April 18, 2003
by McFarland & Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||326|
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World War II's naval battles between the United States and Japan have been the subject of many books, popular movies, and documentaries, but the very important story of the fighting between United States and Japanese aircraft carriers is often lost in broader discussions of the Pacific naval war/5(4).
Flattop Fighting in World War II: The Battles Between American and Japanese Aircraft Carriers by Patrick Degan () Mass Market Paperback – January 1, /5(4). World War II's naval battles between the United States and Japan have been the subject of many books, popular movies, and documentaries, but the very important story of the fighting between United States and Japanese aircraft carriers is often lost in broader discussions of the Pacific naval war/5(13).
World War II's naval battles between the United States and Japan have been the subject of many books, popular movies, and documentaries, but the very important story of the fighting between United States and Japanese aircraft carriers is often lost in broader discussions of the Pacific naval war.
Flattop Fighting in World War II by Patrick Degan,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7). Fighting Flattops is a turn-based game covering World War II aircraft carrier combat operations in the South Pacific. Players may or may not be online at the same time when they play each other.
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The text is broken down into 45 sections, each focusing on a single topic, such as the Battle of Midway, Pearl Harbor, and V-E Day/5.
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In The Battle for History: Re-fighting WorldWar II by John Keegan, Vintage Books, New York,$10 Fifty-one years after World War II officially ended, historians still struggle to define it.
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I'll second the recommendation of "With the Old Breed" be Sledge, it's a powerful firsthand account of two major battles in the Pacific.
I also recommend "The Thousand Mile War: World War II in Alaska and Aleutians" - there actually was quite a bit of fighting there, in terrifying weather g: Flattop.
THE UNITED STATES ARMY IN WORLD WAR II sets forth in detail the nature of the problems faced, the methods used to solve them, and the mistakes made as well as the success achieved. The object is to provide a work of reference for military and civilian students as well as a record of achievements which deserve an honorable place in the pages of.
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