Series: US Marine Corps Pacific Theater of Operations

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US Marine Corps Pacific Theater of Operations 1941–43 by Gordon L. Rottman1
US Marine Corps Pacific Theater of Operations 1943-44 (Battle Orders) (v. 2) by Gordon L. Rottman2
US Marine Corps Pacific Theater of Operations 1944-45 (Battle Orders) by Gordon L. Rottman3

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  1. Guadalcanal 1942: The marines strike back by Joseph N. Mueller (1992)
  2. US Army Infantry Divisions 1942-43 (Battle Orders) by John Sayen (2006)
  3. US Marine Corps Raider, 1942–43 by Ed Gilbert (2006)
  4. A Special Valor: The U S Marines and the Pacific War by Richard Wheeler (1983)
  5. Corsair Aces of World War 2 by Mark Styling (1995)
  6. Utmost Savagery by Joseph H. Alexander (1995)
  7. Mantle of Heroism: Tarawa and the Struggle for the Gilberts, November 1943 by Michael B. Graham (1993)
  8. Defenses of Pearl Harbor & Oahu 1907-50 by Glen Williford (2003)
  9. Tarawa: The Story of a Battle by Robert Sherrod (1944)
  10. Last Man Standing: The 1st Marine Regiment on Peleliu, September 15-21, 1944 by Dick Camp (2008)
  11. Pacific Alamo: The Battle for Wake Island by John Wukovits (1999)
  12. Iwo Jima: Legacy of Valor by Bill D. Ross (1605)
  13. War in the Pacific 1941-1945 (General Military) by Richard Overy (2010)
  14. Strong Men Armed: The United States Marines Against Japan by Robert Leckie (1962)
  15. United States First Marine Division, 1941-45 (Vanguard) by Philip Katcher (1979)

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