Victory at Sea: World War II in the Pacific

Victory at Sea: World War II in the Pacific

James F. Dunnigan / Sep 21, 2020
Victory at Sea World War II in the Pacific Victory at Sea brings together in one encyclopedic volume all the facts figures and details of the Pacific theater of World War II containing much information that is unfamiliar or new Here acclai
  • Title: Victory at Sea: World War II in the Pacific
  • Author: James F. Dunnigan
  • ISBN: 9780688149475
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • Victory at Sea brings together in one encyclopedic volume all the facts, figures, and details of the Pacific theater of World War II, containing much information that is unfamiliar or new Here, acclaimed military historians James Dunnigan and Albert Nofi examine both the massive campaigns launched by all the combatants, including the famous battles for places like Midway,Victory at Sea brings together in one encyclopedic volume all the facts, figures, and details of the Pacific theater of World War II, containing much information that is unfamiliar or new Here, acclaimed military historians James Dunnigan and Albert Nofi examine both the massive campaigns launched by all the combatants, including the famous battles for places like Midway, Guadalcanal, and Okinawa, and some of the lesser known confrontations that were sometimes strategically important They also discuss the innovative and unique aspects of a modern war at sea, such as carrier to carrier battles and islandhopping campaigns, and tackle the myths, conspiracies, and cover ups surrounding the dramatic events of the Pacific campaign An authoritative reference of historic scope and vision, Victory at Sea captures the brilliance and desperation, military strategies and stories of personal valor, to give the most comprehensive overview yet of the war in the Pacific.
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    1. In 1991, a computer game company called 360 Pacific Inc which has long since gone out of business, approached the first author asking him to design a game based on the Pacific Theater of World War II He agreed, wrote a hypertext game manual, and then expanded it to an unconventional history book It talks at great length about the ships of the two main combatants, their aircraft, their senior military officers, and has much trivia, like the authors other books about the dangers of fighting in the [...]


    2. This is not a book one reads from start to finish It s not edited in a traditional sense for one thing It does succeed as a conglomeration of snippets and factoids Sort of a Reader s Digest or bathroom book It s entertaining in its own way, but I often found myself thinking citation needed as the book does make some rather amazing claims without listing a single reference.Unfinished, but then again it s not as I say a book read cover to cover.


    3. Great reference, but you can get bogged down in all the material Almost too overwhelming unless you re a serious WWII fan.




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