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Carrier Warfare in the Pacific: An Oral History Collection
Capturing the times when lives and victory were in peril, this book records the exploits of the men who fought in WWII in the air and on the sea, including pilots and air crewmen of carrier squadrons, officers and men of the ship's company, and admirals and their staffs. Compelling personal accounts. Illus.
Hardcover, 309 pages
Published June 12th 2000 by Smithsonian Books (DC)
(first published October 1993)
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Outstanding book for the Naval Historian or WWII Serious buff! This compilation of narratives from naval aviators of the time provide first hand information on tactics, the "real" operations and skill sets, personalities of Task Force and theater admirals. Worth the read.
Mar 07, 2008 Josh Liller rated it 2 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Some interesting stories, some stories I was mostly familiar with from other books, and some stories that were pretty worthless. Also, none of the people writing seem to be particularly good writers.