-Seabee Book- Building the Navy’s Bases in World War II Volume I by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Volume I is 478 pages and contains over 200 illustrations, maps and photographs. It covers the planning and financing of the building effort, the development of the Seabees and the stateside structure of bases and facilities. The Book is a record of the pre-war status of the coast facility and tells the occasions of the preparatory and national defense emergency situation periods preceding Pearl Harbor, as well as the activities during the war itself. These accomplishments are recounted as factually and as adequately as possible. Every effort has actually been made to associate the sequence of action by the Bureau Of Yards and Docks, (now referred to as the Naval Facilities Engineering Command-- N AVFAC)-- with the standard occasions and significant choices which guided the course of the war effort as a whole. While the Book is a record of the work achieved by the Bureau of Yards and Docks, the Corps of Civil Engineers, the Construction Battalions-- popularly referred to as the "Seabees", and the lots of civilian employees, engineering firms and contractors connected with the Bureau's program in furtherance of this nation's war effort. Every venture has actually been made to associate these activities with the broad sequence of occasions and with the policies and choices which were the basis for each successive course of action. World War II was by far the best military calamity in the history of the world. In the number of guys involved, in its needs on the resources of the world, in the clinical and technical development it required, in its three-dimensional scope over the entire globe, and in the intensity of the fighting and savagery toward non-combatants, it was unparalleled. Volume II, which covers the abroad base building, is also available.