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  • Saipan & Tinian 1944by Gordon Rottman; Howard Gerrard

    Osprey Publishing 2013; US$ 15.95

    The 1944 invasion of Saipan was the first two-division amphibious assault conducted by US forces in World War II (1939-1945). Saipan and Tinian had been under Japanese control since 1914 and, heavily colonized, they were considered virtually part of the Empire. The struggle for Saipan and Tinian was characterized by the same bitter fighting that typified... more...

  • Saipan & Tinian 1944by Gordon Rottman; Howard Gerrard

    Osprey Publishing Ltd 2013; US$ 15.95

    The 1944 invasion of Saipan was the first two-division amphibious assault conducted by US forces in World War II. Saipan and Tinian had been under Japanese control since 1914 and, heavily colonized, they were considered virtually part of the Empire. The struggle for Saipan and Tinian was characterized by the same bitter fighting that typified the... more...

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