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But not in shame; the six months after Pearl Harbor.

By: Toland, John.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Random House [1961]Description: 427 p. illus. 24 cm.Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- Pacific OceanAdditional physical formats: Online version:: But not in shame.DDC classification: 940.5426 LOC classification: D767 | .T6Summary: A narrative recapturing the events during the period of time immediately following the catastrophe at Pearl Harbor, recalling the many acts of bravery and momentous decision as well as the mistakes of that time.
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Stacks - 3rd Floor
D767 .T6 (Browse shelf) Available 0000100967181
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D767 .H653 1986 Japan's war : D767 .M18 Goodbye, darkness : D767 .S62 The United States Marine Corps in World War II : D767 .T6 But not in shame; D767 .Z45 2004 Unconditional defeat : D769.26 T87 Destination Berchtesgaden : D769.3 36TH .W34 1991 The Texas Army :

A narrative recapturing the events during the period of time immediately following the catastrophe at Pearl Harbor, recalling the many acts of bravery and momentous decision as well as the mistakes of that time.

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