The Battle of Midway: 3 of 8: The Naval Institute Guide to the U.S. Navy's Greatest Victory, by Thomas C. Hone (Editor)

May 17, 2019, 03:04 AM

Photo: Japanese advances in the Southwest Pacific from December 1941 to April 1942

MacArthur's General Staff - United States Army Center of Military History. The Campaigns of MacArthur in the Pacific, Volume I. Reports of General MacArthur. Retrieved on 2006-12-08., p. 24 ([1])

Map of Imperial Japanese advances in the Southwest Pacific and Southeast Asia areas during the first five months of the Pacific Campaign of World War II.

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The Battle of Midway: 3 of 8: The Naval Institute Guide to the U.S. Navy's Greatest Victory, by Thomas C. Hone (Editor)

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The Battle of Midway, commemorated annually in the U.S. Navy, warrants close attention. This Naval Institute guide includes some of the most vibrant and informed accounts by individuals who fought on both sides of the June 1942 battle. The anthology pulls together memoirs, articles, excerpts from other Naval Institute Press books, and relevant government documents to help readers understand what happened and explain why the battle was so significant to the naval service. It also includes selections from several important Naval Institute oral histories. From the enlisted man's perspective to the admiral's, for both Americans and Japanese, The Battle of Midway ensures that readers see the U.S. Navy's greatest victory as the participants experienced it.