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09/28/2016

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ultimaratioregis

Always the campaign I point to when people think they invented "Joint" in 1987.

Also, my old man was all over these areas with Barbey's VII Amphib Force.

Heh

This is a great book, by the way, though it's about a later period.

MacArthur's Jungle War: The 1944 New Guinea Campaign
by Stephen R. Taaffe

timactual

If you hadn't mentioned Buna I was going to. Another example of MacArthur's "genius".

Karim Khaldy

I always like hearing about the SW Pacific and the CBI. Much like the Italian campaign after Anzio, I feel like most histories omit a lot. Seems like it goes from Guadalcanal to the Philippines without mentioning anything in the SW Pacific and all we ever get about the CBI is some blurb about the Chindits.

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