TARAWA: The Incredible Story of One of World War II's Bloodiest Battles
In mid-November of 1943, the U.S. waged a bloody campaign on Betio Island at the Tarawa Atoll, the most heavily fortified Japanese territory in the Pacific. Through all the horror and mayhem of this deadly battle, one journalist was there to chronicle the entire thing. This is his account.
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