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The war in the South Pacific : rare photographs from wartime archives

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  • Description
    1. Overview of the South Pacific campaign
    2. Stepping-stones after Guadalcanal
    3. New Georgia invasion and assault on Munda (Operation Toenails)
    4. Bougainville invasion at Empress Augusta Bay (Operation Cherry Blossom) and beachhead expansion
    5. Japanese counterattack and perimeter defence, March 1944
    6. Australian action on Bougainville, November 1944-August 1945.
  • Place
  • Other Number
    D767 DIA
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  • Catalogue title
    • The war in the South Pacific : rare photographs from wartime archives / Jon Diamond
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    D767 DIA  (Call Number)
  • ISBN
    9781473870611
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  • Description
    1. Overview of the South Pacific campaign 2. Stepping-stones after Guadalcanal 3. New Georgia invasion and assault on Munda (Operation Toenails) 4. Bougainville invasion at Empress Augusta Bay (Operation Cherry Blossom) and beachhead expansion 5. Japanese counterattack and perimeter defence, March 1944 6. Australian action on Bougainville, November 1944-August 1945.
  • Physical description
    236 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • Production
    Pen & Sword Military (Publisher)
    Diamond, Jon (Jonathan Russell), author (Creator)
    Barnsley, South Yorkshire  (Place of occurrence)
    2017
  • Subject
  • Citation
    The war in the South Pacific : rare photographs from wartime archives
  • Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (page 236).

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