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5.0 out of 5 stars A long overdue rewrite of an original publication, 11 Nov 2000
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The Chronology of the Second World War from the United States Navy point of view proves to be a lot more than just the dull recital of ships lost and damaged .There are many snippets of history which you probably will not find anywhere else ,an example is the story of a Japanese Pilot , a participant in the attack on Pearl Harbour who lands on an outlying Hawaian island in his damamged fighter to find that the islanders have no commuinication with Oahu and have not heard about the attack and proceeds to take over the island and terrorise the islanders. For the scholar of the War in the Pacific the latest revue of Japanese Naval and Merchant vessel losses is long overdue and is available here in a most readable form . Congratulations to the author Robert J. Cressman for his very readable and informative book.
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Official Chronology of the U.S. Navy in World War II
Official Chronology of the U.S. Navy in World War II by Robert J. Cressman (Hardcover - July 1999)
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