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New York Times Bestseller The devastation of Pearl Harbor and the American victory at Midway were prelude to a greater challenge rolling back the vast Japanese Pacific empire island by islandThis masterful history encompasses the heart of the Pacific War―the period between mid 1942 and mid 1944―when parallel Allied counteroffensives north and south of the euator washed over Japan's far flung island empire like a conuering tide concluding with Japan's irreversible strategic defeat in the Marianas It was the largest bloodiest most costly most technically innovative and logistically complicated amphibious war in history and it fostered bitter interservice rivalries leaving wounds that even victory could not healOften overlooked these are the years and fights that decided the Pacific War Ian W Toll's battle scenes―in the air at sea and in the jungles―are simply riveting He also takes the reader into the wartime councils in Washington and Tokyo where politics and strategy often collided and into the struggle to mobilize wartime production which was the secret of Allied victory Brilliantly researched the narrative is propelled and colored by firsthand accounts―letters diaries debriefings and memoirs―that are the raw material of the telling details shrewd judgment and penetrating insight of this magisterial historyThis volume―continuing the marvelously readable dramatic narrative San Francisco Chronicle of Pacific Crucible―marks the second installment of the Pacific War Trilogy which will stand as the first history of the entire Pacific War to be published in at least twenty five years 32 pages of illustrations.

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[PDF] ✓ The Conuering Tide War in the Pacific Islands 1942 1944 Pacific War Trilogy ✫ Ian W Toll – G-couture.co.uk New York Times Bestseller The devastation of Pearl Harbor and the American victory at Midway were prelude to a greater challenge rolling back the vast Japanese Pacific empire island by islandThis mastNew York Times Bestseller The devastation of Pearl Harbor and the American victory at Midway were prelude to a greater challenge rolling back the vast Japanese Pacific empire island by islandThis masterful history encompasses the heart of the Pacific War―the period between mid 1942 and mid 1944―when parallel Allied counteroffensives north and south of the euator washed over Japan's far flung island empire like a conuering tide concluding with Japan's irreversible strategic defeat in the Marianas It was the largest bloodiest most costly most technically innovative and logistically complicated amphibious war in history and it fostered bitter interservice rivalries leaving wounds that even victory could not healOften overlooked these are the years and fights that decided the Pacific War Ian W Toll's battle scenes―in the air at sea and in the jungles―are simply riveting He also takes the reader into the wartime councils in Washington and Tokyo where politics and strategy often collided and into the struggle to mobilize wartime production which was the secret of Allied victory Brilliantly researched the narrative is propelled and colored by firsthand accounts―letters diaries debriefings and memoirs―that are the raw material of the telling details shrewd judgment and penetrating insight of this magisterial historyThis volume―continuing the marvelously readable dramatic narrative San Francisco Chronicle of Pacific Crucible―marks the second installment of the Pacific War Trilogy which will stand as the first history of the entire Pacific War to be published in at least twenty five years 32 pages of illustrations.

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