U.S. Marines and Amphibious Warfare
Jeter A. Isely & Philip A. Crowl


"Not only a just appraisal of the campaigns waged by Marines in World War II; it is a documentation of the Marine struggle to prove the feasibility of amphibious warfare.... Relentlessly accurate and impartial." —N.Y. Times.

First published in 1951.

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