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They Call It Pacific: An Eye-Witness Story of Our War Against Japan from Bataan to the Solomons Clark Lee

They Call It Pacific: An Eye-Witness Story of Our War Against Japan from Bataan to the Solomons

Clark Lee

Published June 13th 2015
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Kindle Edition
322 pages
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They Call It Pacific, first published in 1943, is an eye-witness story of the war in the Pacific from December 1941 to late 1942. Author Clark Lee, foreign correspondent with the Associated Press, reported on the U.S. Army and Navy in the fightMoreThey Call It Pacific, first published in 1943, is an eye-witness story of the war in the Pacific from December 1941 to late 1942. Author Clark Lee, foreign correspondent with the Associated Press, reported on the U.S. Army and Navy in the fight against the Japanese, and the book contains with extensive accounts of the battle for the Philippines on Bataan and Corregidor, interviews with soldiers including General Douglas MacArthur, talks with Japanese prisoners, and descriptions of combat as he accompanied Navy pilots such as Swede Larson on flights over Guadalcanal. His observations provide an invaluable firsthand look at the early stages of the Pacific war. Included are 5 pages of maps.