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by Lawrence Cortesi

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  • ISBN 0890839042
  • ISBN13 978-0890839041
  • Language English
  • Author Lawrence Cortesi
  • Publisher Zebra (January 1, 1981)
  • Formats txt lit doc mobi
  • Category Love Story
  • Size ePub 1660 kb
  • Size Fb2 1570 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 131

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Select Format: Mass Market Paperback. Format:Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780890839041.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Cortesi shows the reader how the Americans successfully bounced back from all odds by synergistically utilizing their Army and Navy assets to affect positive outcomes. This stratagem resulted in heavy Japanese losses. So the moral of the story is stick to your guns and have faith in your fellow serviceman.

by. Cortesi, Lawrence. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. World War, 1939-1945, Leyte Gulf, Battle of, Philippines, 1944, Philippine Sea, Battle of the, 1944 (June 19-21). New York : Kensington. Uploaded by Christine Wagner on January 12, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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Valor at Okinawa by Lawrence Cortesi Kensington Publishing, 1981, 290 .

Valor at Okinawa by Lawrence Cortesi Kensington Publishing, 1981, 290 pages. This forgotten paperback tells the story of mass kamikaze attacks against American ships around Okinawa. Valor at Okinawa has a couple of features not found in other Japanese kamikaze histories: use of extensive dialogue and integration of the stories of suicide aircraft with escort fighter planes, conventional bombers, and the Navy's surface fleet. Frequent dialogue makes this book easier to read, but some conversations sound quite stilted, and the author most certainly made up most of them.