5 edition of How they won the war in the Pacific found in the catalog.
by Lyons Press in New York
|Statement||Edwin P. Hoyt.|
|LC Classifications||D767 .H65 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 554 p.|
|Number of Pages||554|
|LC Control Number||00712423|
The reader needs to remember that this book is a one-volume overview of the war in the Pacific. That being said, the content is very good, and the book does a good job of covering all aspects of the Pacific war. Don't read this book for an in-depth analysis of a certain battle; use it as a tool to get a general understanding of the Pacific war/5(4). This is the first volume of the series of the war in Asia and the Pacific during World War II. When Japanese troops invaded China in , it was a prelude to World War II. This book has events from the Japanese invasion of China to the Bataan Death March and the fall of Corregidor in the Philippines in /5.
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How They Won the War in the Pacific covers many leaders, including the top fighting ones afloat and ashore, and it shows Admiral Chester W. Nimitz as history will record him—as the wise, calm tower of strength in adversity and success, the principal architect of Cited by: 1. I compare this to Omar Bradley's "A Soldiers Story," which contains numerous easy to follow maps that show how the various campaigns took place in the European Theater of Operations during World War II.
Other than that, "How They Won the War in the Pacific" is an excellent history and a must How they won the war in the Pacific book for World War II aficionados/5.
For reasons big and small, understandable and unjustified, the war in the Pacific during World War II has largely been overshadowed by the Allies war against Hitler. Here's your opportunity to let others know your favorite books on the war that led us from Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay.
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Free shipping over $ Jerome Hagen's "War in the Pacific" is a collection of historical accounts of World War II in the Pacific theater.
Over half of the book covered events inwhen the war was essentially won by Hagen's writing style was not very interesting, and there were more than a couple readily-spotted factual errors (which made me doubt other Cited by: 3.
I compare this to Omar Bradley's "A Soldiers Story," which contains numerous easy to follow maps that show how the various campaigns took place in the European Theater of Operations during World War II. Other than that, "How They Won the War in the Pacific" is an excellent history and a must read for World War II aficionados/5(30).
The Good Guys. The critical campaigns were fought mostly by the American navy and the American Army Air Force. American army and Marine divisions saw quite a bit of combat, as did the Australian army and air force. China, India, Great Britain, the. World War II is sometimes thought of as primarily a fight against Nazi Germany, with the war in the Pacific as an after-thought.
Fortunately, there is no shortage of worthwhile books about the Author: Terry Hartle. Buy a cheap copy of How They Won the War in the Pacific: book by Edwin P. Hoyt. A meticulous study of Admiral Chester W.
Nimitz, the principal architect of victory in the Pacific during World War II. Free shipping over $ Edwin P. Hoyt garnered firsthand accountings and ""plowed through seas of manuscripts"" in the Naval Archives to put together a fairly hefty study of the naval high command in the Pacific in World War II.
Though Admiral Chester W. Nimitz looms above all as wise, calm tower of strength and principal architect of victory in the Pacific, this is not primarily a biography of him but a. EDWIN P. HOYT is an independent historian. He is the author of more than books, mostly in the area of military history, including The Last Kamikaze and and raised in Portland, Oregon, Hoyt turned his attention to journalism after service in the Pacific theater during World War II.1/5(1).
Crisis in the Pacific - The Battles for the Philippine Islands by the Men Who Fought Them, Gerald Astor. An excellent account of the Second World War in the Philippines, from the pre-war American colony to the disasters ofthe long struggle of the resistance to MacArthur's eventual return and the costly battles that followed.
How They Won The War In The Pacific covers, at length or briefly, many leaders, including the top fighting ones afloat and ashore, and shows Admiral Chester W. Nimitz as history will record him - as the wise, calm tower of strength in adversity and success, the principal architect of victory in the Pacific during World War II/5(76).
A few of my favorite books about World War II in the Pacific. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
World War II: War in the Pacific World War II was the most destructive war in history. It killed more people and destroyed more property than any other war. Much of the fighting took place in the jungles of Southeast Asia and on the islands and seas of the Pacific Ocean.
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Genre/Form: Festschriften: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hoyt, Edwin Palmer. How they won the war in the Pacific. New York, Weybright and Talley . More than 70 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, this is the classic book about the principal architects of victory in the Pacific during World War II.
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ebook. The Pacific War that began in the early s ended in defeat for the Japanese Empire. The Japanese Empire had all but crumbled, with little left of an empire that previously stretched from Manchuria to New Guinea. Historians debate whether this was a. Pacific War, major theatre of World War II that covered a large portion of the Pacific Ocean, East Asia, and Southeast Asia, with significant engagements occurring as far south as northern Australia and as far north as the Aleutian Islands.
U.S. troops advancing on Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, in U.S. troops advancing on Tarawa, Gilbert. “The Pacific War: The Strategy, Politics, and Players That Won the War” is the best book I have read on the Pacific War Theater of World War Two.
The book presents the decision-making processes, strategies, and at times politics that guided the Allied Forces to victory.
You are there decision by decision and campaign/5.Click to read more about How They Won the War in the Pacific: Nimitz and His Admirals by Edwin P. Hoyt. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5.
The Generals Who Won World War II. interesting characters to come out of the Second World War.” In the book you seem to have a special affection for the Pacific. I went over there on a Author: Sandra Mcelwaine.