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Guadalcanal diary, by Richard Tregaskis.

By: Tregaskis, Richard, 1916-1973.
Contributor(s): Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Random house [1943]Description: 5 p. l., 3-263 p. front. (group ports.) plates. 21 cm.Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Solomon Islands -- Guadalcanal | World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American | United States. Marine CorpsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Guadalcanal diary.DDC classification: 940.542 LOC classification: D767.98 | .T7Summary: "Guadalcanal Diary" is a classic of war reportage. In the first American offensive of World War II, Tregaskis went ashore with the Marines at Guadalcanal on August 7, 1942 and stayed with them for the next six weeks while they fought for survival against the Japanese.
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D767.98 .T7 (Browse shelf) Available 0000100894179
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D767.92 .W6 Pearl Harbor; warning and decision. D767.98 .H33 1987 Guadalcanal : D767.98 .H4 Into the valley; D767.98 .T7 Guadalcanal diary, D767.99.I9 W52 Iwo / D767.99.O45 B4 1970 Typhoon of steel: D767.99.O45 U52 Okinawa:

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"Guadalcanal Diary" is a classic of war reportage. In the first American offensive of World War II, Tregaskis went ashore with the Marines at Guadalcanal on August 7, 1942 and stayed with them for the next six weeks while they fought for survival against the Japanese.

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