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U.S. Marine Operations In Korea 1950-1953: Volume I - The Pusan Perimeter ...

Lynn Montross, Captain Nicholas A. Canzona USMC - History - 2015 - 246 pages
Includes over 50 photos and 23 maps. THIS IS THE first volume of a planned series dealing with United States Marine Operations in Korea during the period 2 August 1950 to 27 ...
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FIRE BRIGADE: U.S. Marines In The Pusan Perimeter [Illustrated Edition]

Captain John J. Chapin USMC - History - 2015 - 104 pages
Includes over 30 maps, photos and illustrations. The Battle of Pusan Perimeter was a large-scale battle between United Nations and North Korean forces lasting from August 4 to ...
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Fire Support In The Pusan Perimeter

Major John D. Dill - History - 2015 - 52 pages
Five years after emerging victorious from World War II, the United States became embroiled in the Korean War. In August of 1950, despite the relative industrial and ...
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Backwater War: The Allied Campaign in Italy, 1943-1945

Edwin Palmer Hoyt - History - 2002 - 224 pages
Details the planning, execution, and implications of the Allied landings on the Italian peninsula.
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America's wars and military excursions

Edwin Palmer Hoyt - History - 1987 - 539 pages
An overview of the military excursions and wars undertaken in the course of United States history includes the Seminole War, the nineteenth-century assault on Japan, and ...
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Pearl Harbor Attack

Edwin Palmer Hoyt - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2008 - 130 pages
Retells the attack on the Naval Base at Pearl Harbor in 1941, from the perspectives of both the United States sailors on the ground and the Japanese pilots on the attack.
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Against Cold Steel

Edwin Palmer Hoyt - Fiction - 2000 - 216 pages
In the spring and summer of 1804, Captain Stephen Decatur heads off to the Tripolitan War, where he battles against piracy to set up a pivotal gunboat attack.
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