40 THIEVES ON SAIPAN: The Elite Marine Scout-Snipers in One of WWII's Bloodiest Battles
Chosen for their willingness to defy rules and beat all comers, Lieutenant Frank Tachovsky's "40 Thieves" endured body punishing extremes of heat, hunger, and thirst; fought a relentless enemy who would not surrender; and watched best friends die. This is how America won the war in the Pacific, where "uncommon valor was a common virtue." Well illus.
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