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Welder of the Pacific Theater By Wes Ferguson
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An elderly man reminisces about his hard-scrabble childhood, time in the Civilian Conservation Corps and service for the Navy during World War II
The Pacific Theater of World War Two for Kids By Kevin RiceVac
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A book for children, teens and adults about the Pacific Theater of World War Two, from the attack on Pearl Harbor to the battle of Leyte Gulf and the atomic bombing of Japan. This very detailed book... More > explains the US and Japanese battle strategies used by their admirals and the major battles.< Less
German Raiders in the Pacific By S. D. Waters
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Next to U-boats, the surface raiders of the Kriegsmarine were among the most effective naval vessels the Germans loosed upon the oceans during World War II. Few, however, know that some of these... More > “auxiliary cruisers” also served in the Pacific Ocean, even laying mines outside of New Zealand harbors. Original reprint (not a facsimile), 10 photos, 5 illus-trations, 5 maps.< Less
Central Pacific Campaigns and Operations By Ray Merriam
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Merriam Press Military Monograph MM124 (Fourth Edition, 2012). First published as Chapters IX and X of The Campaigns of the Pacific War as part of the USSBS series in 1946. Primarily concerned with... More > naval operations, including naval and land-based air operations, it covers both American and Japanese plans and operations in this theater of the war. The bulk of this work is composed of more than a dozen appendices, many of which are, or contain, extensive charts and tables of information, including orders of battle, strengths, casualties, losses, rosters, postwar question and answer historical interrogations, and translations of Japanese directives, operations orders, dispatches, reports, war diary excerpts, etc. Very important and useful source of highly detailed information. Central Pacific Operations: From 1 June 1943 to 1 March 1944 including the Gilbert-Marshall Islands Campaign and Central Pacific Campaign, 1 March to 1 September 1944, including the occupation of the Marianas. 4 maps, 14 appendices.< Less
Not All Were Heroes: A Private in the Corps of Engineers in the Pacific During World War II By Herbert L. Martin
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Merriam Press Military Monograph MM74 (Fourth Edition, 2012). This work is compiled from the daily diaries Martin kept during his service as a Private a member of the 529th Engineer Light Ponton Co.... More > and the 866th Engineer Aviation Battalion in the Pacific during World War II. This is a candid account of his everyday thoughts and activities as they happened. For this reason it is refreshing in its honesty. The work is illustrated by dozens of sketches the author made on the scene throughout the war, depicting daily life and activities, as well as the camps, harbors, bridges, airfields, and other engineering projects. While not trained as an artist, Martin's sketches are simplistic and yet they record much that would otherwise have been unseen. 1 photo, 69 drawings, 3 documents.< Less
My Philosophized Life: Memoirs of Bill Callies By William C. Callies
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Memoirs of Bill Callies, his life growing up in Oconomowoc, WI during the 1920-30's during the great depression. The biography includes his military service in the U.S. Army and his time in the... More > Pacific Theater during WWII. His return to Oconomowoc, his family, love of golf which ultimately resulted in his playing in the British Pro/Am.< Less
How Father Won the War By Kenneth H Cardwell
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Kenneth Harvey Cardwell, former Lt., US Army Air Force, received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his service in the Pacific during WWII. Born in Los Angeles in 1920, he attended Occidental... More > College and, after the war, graduated from UC Berkeley. A Bay Area architect and Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, he taught architecture at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design for over 30 years. He is the author of Bernard Maybeck: Artisan, Architect, Artist. Now professor emeritus, he and his wife, Mary Elinor (Sullivan) Cardwell, still live in Berkeley in the Maybeck house into which they moved in 1948.< Less
How Father Won the War By Kenneth H Cardwell
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Kenneth Harvey Cardwell, former Lt., US Army Air Force, received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his service in the Pacific during WWII. Born in Los Angeles in 1920, he attended Occidental... More > College and, after the war, graduated from UC Berkeley. A Bay Area architect and Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, he taught architecture at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design for over 30 years. He is the author of Bernard Maybeck: Artisan, Architect, Artist. Now professor emeritus, he and his wife, Mary Elinor (Sullivan) Cardwell, still live in Berkeley in the Maybeck house into which they moved in 1948.< Less
Kirby - 1st ed. By Larry Simpson
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The stories of M. F. Kirby, a WWII Ace, about his experiences in the Pacific theater during the early years of the war. Includes a few B&W photographs and a recent brief interview.
Kirby : Memoirs of a Combat Fighter Pilot During the Early Years of WWII By Larry Simpson
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The stories of M. F. Kirby, a WWII Ace, about his experiences in the Pacific theater during the early years of the war. Includes a few B&W photographs and a recent brief interview.