TO THE END OF THE EARTH: The US Army and the Downfall of Japan, 1945
Walk in the boots of American soldiers and officers, braving intense heat, rampant disease, and a by-now suicidal enemy, determined to kill as many opponents as possible before defeat. Also lays bare the titanic ego and ambition of General Douglas MacArthur. 16 pages of photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 7848021
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