Operation Pacific

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A full and detailed account of the role played by the Royal Navy and Commonwealth forces during the Pacific Naval War with operations lasting from December 1941 to the final battle of 1945 recounting details of aircraft carrier operations, kamikaze attacks, a succession of disasters and victories, and attitudes displayed towards them by Americas Commanders- notably Admiral Ernest King and General Douglas MacArthur.
A full and detailed account of the role played by the Royal Navy and Commonwealth forces during the Pacific Naval War with operations lasting from December 1941 to the final battle of 1945 recounting details of aircraft carrier operations, kamikaze attacks, a succession of disasters and victories, and attitudes displayed towards them by Americas Commanders- notably Admiral Ernest King and General Douglas MacArthur.
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Author Edwyn gray
Published 1990
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 16x24
Pages 268
Weight (g) 578.0000
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