Series: History of United States Naval Operations in World War II

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The Battle of the Atlantic : September 1939-May 1943 by Samuel Eliot Morison1
Operations in North African Waters: October 1942-June 1943 by Samuel Eliot Morison2
The Rising Sun in the Pacific: 1931-April 1942 by Samuel Eliot Morison3
Coral Sea, Midway and Submarine Actions: May 1942-August 1942 by Samuel Eliot Morison4
The Struggle for Guadalcanal: August 1942-February 1943 by Samuel Eliot Morison5
Breaking the Bismarck's Barrier, 22 July 1942 - 1 May 1944 by Samuel Eliot Morison6
Aleutians, Gilberts and Marshalls June 1942 - April 1944 by Samuel Eliot Morison7
New Guinea and the Marianas, March 1944-August 1944 by Samuel Eliot Morison8
Sicily - Salerno - Anzio: January 1943-June 1944 by Samuel Eliot Morison9
The Atlantic Battle Won, May 1943 - May 1945 by Samuel Eliot Morison10
The Invasion of France and Germany, 1944 - 1945 by Samuel Eliot Morison11
Leyte, June 1944-January 1945 by Samuel Eliot Morison12
The Liberation of the Philippines: Luzon, Mindanao, the Visayas 1944-1945 by Samuel Eliot Morison13
Victory in the Pacific, 1945 by Samuel Eliot Morison14
History of United States naval operations in World War II by Samuel Eliot Morison1-15
Supplement and General Index by Samuel Eliot Morison15

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  1. A Battle History of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1941-1945 by Paul S. Dull (1978)
  2. The First Team: Pacific Naval Air Combat from Pearl Harbor to Midway by John B. Lundstrom (1984)
  3. The Fleet the Gods Forgot: The U.S. Asiatic Fleet in World War II by W. G. Winslow (1982)
  4. The Two-Ocean War: A Short History of the United States Navy in the Second World War by Samuel Eliot Morison (1863)
  5. Combined Fleet Decoded: The Secret History of: American Intelligence and the Japanese Navy in World War II by John Prados (1605)
  6. The Battle of Leyte Gulf 23-26 October 1944 by Thomas J. Cutler (1994)
  7. Guadalcanal: The Definitive Account of the Landmark Battle by Richard B. Frank (1990)
  8. The Shame of Savo: Anatomy of a Naval Disaster by Bruce Loxton (1994)
  9. Shattered Sword: The Untold Story of the Battle of Midway by Jonathan Parshall (2005)
  10. U.S. Aircraft Carriers: An Illustrated Design History by Norman Friedman (1983)
  11. Hitler's U-Boat War: The Hunted: 1942-1945 by Clay Blair (1998)
  12. Battle of Surigao Strait by Anthony P. Tully (2009)
  13. The Supreme Command by Forrest C. Pogue (1954)
  14. Midway by Mitsuo Fuchida (1955)
  15. Japanese Destroyer Captain by Tameichi Hara (1961)

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