The author, a senior historian at the US Army's Office of Military History, recounts the Allied campaign against the Japanese in Buna, New Guinea, from mid 1942 to early 1943. The grueling battles in dense tropical terrain took a huge toll on both the opposing forces. In the end the Allies were able to claim their first victory in the Pacific, a turning point in the war. Very Good Hardback in a Very Good Dust Jacket. 222 pages with an index, about 30 black and white photographs and nine maps.
Weight: 0.8 kg Post free within Malaysia
Condition: The dust jacket has minimal wear other than slight sunning of the spine. The end paper have slight traces of damp. Otherwise the binding is tight, the text clear and there is very mild tanning of the pages.