Beyond Pearl Harbor: I Company in the Pacific of WWII
Henry Zabierek CHS ‘42
Written by a participant of I Company, Beyond Pearl Harbor details actual incidents that illustrate the peculiar nature of the war in the Pacific during World War II. From the early days in New Guinea to the eventual occupation of Japan, the nature of war is played out. The close proximity of the combatants, the incremental advances, the occasional retreats, the dreaded banzai attacks, and the unorthodox tactics of the enemy are all in evidence as the company moves closer to the eventual, but sudden, victory.
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