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The Sunset War: The 41st Infantry Division in the South Pacific

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This book gives the reader a rare view of army life during WWII, as it traces the experiences and the adventures of an army private from induction, through basic training, combat in the South Pacific, occupation of Japan, and finally home. One highlight is the visit to Hiroshima two months after the bomb.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published February 1st 2003 by Authorhouse (first published January 1st 2003)
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John Rivera
Aug 13, 2016 John Rivera rated it liked it
I recently transferred to the 162st infantry regiment in the Oregon National Guard and have been eager to learn my unit's history.

I really appreciated and enjoyed the author's periodic historical references (especially his brief history of the Oregon National Guard) and his personal account of the regiment and division's history WWII but I'm not going to lie, the punctuation and grammatical errors were obvious and the narration style was awkward at times.

Overall, I did enjoy reading this. Comin
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