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Racing the Sunrise: The Reinforcement of America's Pacific Outposts,…

by Glen M. Williford

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This is good read - about the pre-war and early days of the war that would get overshadowed by later operations involving millions of men and tens of thousands ships and planes. Well-written and researched. ( )
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The military's internal debate on the nature of Philippine defense had begun almost immediately at the conclusion of the pacification campaign early in the twentieth century.
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