(click images to enlarge)
The Pacific War and Battle of Iwo Jima: Recollections & Essays: by a Seabee Lieutenant from CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Usually ships in 24 hours
Description of The Pacific War and Battle of Iwo Jima: Recollections...
The Seabee Store are delighted to present the famous The Pacific War and Battle of Iwo Jima: Recollections & Essays: by a Seabee Lieutenant.
With so many available right now, it is wise to have a make you can recognise. The The Pacific War and Battle of Iwo Jima: Recollections & Essays: by a Seabee Lieutenant is certainly that and will be a perfect acquisition.
For this great price, the The Pacific War and Battle of Iwo Jima: Recollections & Essays: by a Seabee Lieutenant comes highly recommended and is a popular choice with most people. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform have included some nice touches and this means great value.
Ivan D. Thunder's The Pacific War and Iwo Jima is a collection of vignettes of everyday Seabee life during and after the struggle of Iwo Jima. A previous Lt. CEC, USNR of the 133rd Naval Construction Squadron, Thunder writes with simplicity and sincerity describing his painful, blood-spattered experience landing on the island under enemy fire; and after the island is secure, explains the reptile Oriental attack where even the Military cooks fought them off with knives. He then changes to the lighter side of living in a trench while mimicking FDR. Included in his recollections are essays where Thunder unabashedly reveals his viewpoint on whether we prompted the Japanese; if the A-bomb was warranted; and supplies his detailed homage to Admiral Nimitz. Furthermore, the chilling daily record of an Oriental Marine Officer and a G-2 Knowledge Notice recounting an U.S. Business Seaman's POW experience, assistance to figured out the Iwo Jima tale. Though composed by one man, this publication transcends the individual and is a testament to the extraordinary "Can Do!" spirit of the Seabees. As the best Generation dies, these inspirational recollections will function as a beneficial primary source for young historians.