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Carrier Warfare in the Pacific

Carrier Warfare in the Pacific

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Written by E. T. WooldridgeAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by E. T. Wooldridge

  • Format: Trade Paperback, 336 pages
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  • Publisher: Smithsonian Books
  • On Sale: October 17, 1999
  • Price: $29.95
  • ISBN: 978-1-56098-822-9 (1-56098-822-3)
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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.

“A stirring tribute to the heroes of carrier warfare in World War II. Thirty firsthand accounts by the officers and men who served aboard carriers and those who flew the aircraft from their decks illuminate with dramatic intensity the invaluable contribution of carrier operations that helped to turn the tide of war in the Pacific theater and led to the final Allied victory over Japan.”–Sea Power