HOW CARRIERS FOUGHT: Carrier Operations in World War II
The battle of the Coral Sea in 1942 was the first time that aircraft carriers engaged each other, while at Midway the debate of concentration versus dispersion was tested, as the Japanese divided their forces while the Americans concentrated theirs. Celander examines these and other carrier battles to explore which strategies worked best in theory and in practice. Illus.
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