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Battle Report: Pearl Harbor to Coral Sea by Walter KarigVolume 1
Battle Report: The Atlantic War by Walter KarigVolume 2
Battle Report: Pacific War: Middle Phase by Walter KarigVolume 3
Battle report: The end of an empire by Walter KarigVolume 4
Battle Report: Victory In the Pacific by Walter KarigVolume 5
Battle Report : the war in korea by Walter KarigVolume 6

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  1. Bull Halsey by E. B. Potter (1985)
  2. Blue Skies and Blood: The Battle of the Coral Sea by Edwin P. Hoyt (1975)
  3. Bitter Ocean: The Battle of the Atlantic, 1939-1945 by David Fairbank White (2006)
  4. The First Team: Pacific Naval Air Combat from Pearl Harbor to Midway by John B. Lundstrom (1984)
  5. War at Sea 1939-45: Defensive v. 1 (Official History of the Second World War) by Stephen Wentworth Roskill (1954)
  6. Pearl Harbor by H. P. Willmott (1981)
  7. The USS Arizona by Joy Waldron Jasper (2001)
  8. A sailor's odyssey;: The autobiography of Admiral of the Fleet, Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope by Andrew Browne Cunningham (1951)
  9. U-Boats Offshore: When Hitler Struck America by Edwin Palmer Hoyt (1978)
  10. Battle Stations! Your Navy in Action by United States Navy (1946)
  11. Ordeal by water by Peter Keeble
  12. The Battle of the Atlantic : September 1939-May 1943 by Samuel Eliot Morison (1947)
  13. The Eagle and the Rising Sun: The Japanese-American War 1941-1943: Pearl Harbor through Guadalcanal by Alan Schom (2004)
  14. Pearl Harbor Ghosts: The Legacy of December 7, 1941 by Thurston Clarke (1991)
  15. The Battle of the Atlantic by Andrew Williams (2002)

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