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World War 2 In Review No. 11 By Merriam Press
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series. First eBook Edition. Articles on the following World War II topics: (1) Armor at Oran: Operation Torch 1942 (2) Balikpapan: First Far East Victory (3)... More > Breakthrough to Bastogne (4) Clash at Bir el Gobi (5) Counterpoint to Stalingrad: Operation Mars, Nov-Dec 1942: Marshal Zhukov’s Greatest Defeat (6) Deadly Gadgets of the OSS: When Uncle Sam Played Dirty (7) Defenders of Wake Island (8) Doug Bader: RAF Hurricane Ace (9) First Engagement: 289th RCT in the Battle of the Bulge (10) From Hong Kong to the Gates of India (11) The Battle of Hong Kong (12) Official Report by Maj-Gen C.M. Maltby, GOC Hong Kong (13) German Horse Cavalry and Transport (14) I Was Expendable: A Lookout on the Bridge of Muskallunge SS-262 (15) Koncrete Kriegsmarine: Transporting German Naval Craft Overland (16) Nagasaki Decoy, 9 August 1945 (17) Father O’Callahan of the USS Franklin (CV-13). 308 B&W/color photos/illustrations.< Less
World War 2 In Review No. 4 By Merriam Press
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series. First eBook Edition 2017. Fourteen articles on various aspects of World War II: (1) The Death of a Lady: The Aftermath of the Sinking of the Light Cruiser... More > USS Helena CL-50 (2) A Jaundiced View of Tanks (3) Alexander Archer Vandegrift: Medal of Honor Recipient (4) The Last Patrol of the USS Wahoo (5) Battle of the Bulge by Major General James Gavin, U.S. Army (6) American and German Field Artillery in the Battle of the Bulge (7) Escape from Death in a Wellington (8) Dead-End Roads for the Japanese: Burma – Coral Sea – Midway (9) French Airbase at Dijon (10) To the Last Man, to the Last Round… Why? Stalingrad, November 1942-February 1943 (11) The Kamikaze Killers: USS Hugh W. Hadley and USS Evans (12) The Libya Campaign of May-June 1942 (13) The Nazi “Kamikazes”: German Leaders Failed to Recognize a New Counteramphibious Tactic (14) The Coast Artillery at Fort Monroe. 299 B&W/color photos/illustrations.< Less

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