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Continuing the coverage of the Southwest Pacific from War in the Pacific Volume 4, this book describes the movement of U.S. Army forces from Hollandia to Leyte, Mindoro, Lingayen, Manila and Corregidor. Also included are chapters on The Long March, Special Operations Executive, Office of Strategic Services, and several chapters about spies which reveals a secret spy network organized and conducted by both Britain and the United States during the war.
New material for many Americans will be The Battle for Manchuria, The U-505, The Last Sinking of a Japanese Submarine, Americans interred in the Soviet Union during WWII, Strangers in Tibet and the reader requested Invasion of Japan.
Hard cover. 532 pages. Includes black and white photos and maps.
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