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Publisher: BMC Publications
McGee, William L., Morison, Samuel Eliot
William McGee joined the U.S. Navy in 1942. He writes from the unique perspective of a volunteer enlisted man, one who has been there and done that. On his first deployment to the South Pacific, he was greeted by a major air attack, followed by the torpedoings of two navy cargo ships in his Task Unit -- both actions occurring within two weeks of his arrival in the Solomon Islands. He is the author of ten other booksMcGee, William L. is the author of 'Solomons Campaigns 1942-1943 from Guadalcanal to Bougainville Pacific War Turning Point' with ISBN 9780970167873 and ISBN 0970167873.
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