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  • US Marine Corps Pacific Theater of Operations 1944-45by Gordon Rottman

    Osprey Publishing 2013; US$ 15.95

    In late1944 the US Marine Corps prepared for the toughest battles of the war. It had grown to 35,598 officers, 5,384 officer candidates, and 366,353 enlisted Marines, totaling 431,573 personnel, and now comprised of two amphibious corps, six divisions, 26 non-divisional artillery battalions, and numerous support and service units. Following on from... more...

  • US Marine Corps Pacific Theater of Operations 1944-45by Gordon Rottman

    Osprey Publishing Ltd 2013; US$ 15.95

    In late 1944 the US Marine Corps prepared for the toughest battles of the war. It had grown to 35,598 officers, 5,384 officer candidates, and 366,353 enlisted Marines, totaling 431,573 personnel, and now comprised of two amphibious corps, six divisions, 26 non-divisional artillery battalions, and numerous support and service units. Following on from... more...

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