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The Pacific War: The Strategy, Politics, and Players that Won the War (2008)

by William B. Hopkins

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Once the stories have been told of battles won & lost, most of what happens in a war remains a mystery. So it has been with accounts of the Second World War in the Pacific, a conflict whose nature is only obscured by the linear narrative. In this book, William B. Hopkins opens the story of the Pacific to a broader & deeper view.… (more)

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Once the stories have been told of battles won & lost, most of what happens in a war remains a mystery. So it has been with accounts of the Second World War in the Pacific, a conflict whose nature is only obscured by the linear narrative. In this book, William B. Hopkins opens the story of the Pacific to a broader & deeper view.

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