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“GUADALCANAL” The Definitive Account of the Landmark Battle. By Richard B. Frank. The battle at Guadalcanal––which began eight months to the day after Pearl Harbor––marked the first American offensive of World War II. It was a brutal six-month campaign that cost the lives of some 7,000 Americans and over 30,000 Japanese.  This book, ten years in the writing, records the full story of the critical campaign for Guadalcanal and is based on first-time translations. “Guadalcanal” recreates the battle––on land, at sea, and in the air––as never before: it examines the feelings of both American and Japanese soldiers, the strategies and conflicts of their commanders, and the strengths and weaknesses of various fighting units. “Guadalcanal” is the definitive history of one of the most fascinating campaigns ever undertaken. 1992 Softbound edition. 800 pages, 47 black and white photos. 30 maps, large appendix and an index. Book measures 9 by 6 inches, 1 1/2 inches thick.

 

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