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Publisher: Little Brown & Company
Morison, Samuel Eliot
This supplementary and final volume to Admiral Samuel Eliot Morison's history of united states naval operations in world war II consists of four distinct parts. Part I is the story of postwar operations of the Navy in the Pacific, insofar as they were connected with World War II. Part II is a list of all named ships of the United States Navy during World War II, together with their dimensions and armament; all types of landing, beaching and other 'lettered' craft, and types of aircraft used by the Navy during the war. Part III, to which Admiral Morison has given special attention, is a list of all important errata so far discovered in Volumes I - XIV. Part IV is a General Index to Volumes I--XIV.Morison, Samuel Eliot is the author of 'Supplement and General Index, Vol. 15' with ISBN 9780316583152 and ISBN 0316583154.
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