ONE MARINE'S WAR: A Combat Interpreter's Quest for Humanity in the Pacific
Describes the experiences of a Marine language officer, Robert Sheeks, who was decorated for saving enemy lives, not taking them. Traces Sheeks' extraordinary humanitarian quest to prevent the needless deaths of Japanese soldiers and civilians while serving as a combat interpreter during the intense fighting. 24 pages of photos.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 6984118
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