Devil Dogs: From Guadalcanal to the Shores of Japan
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Tantor Media, Inc., 2022.
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17h 56m 0s
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Saul David., Saul David|AUTHOR., & Adam James|READER. (2022). Devil Dogs: From Guadalcanal to the Shores of Japan . Tantor Media, Inc..

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Saul David, Saul David|AUTHOR and Adam James|READER. 2022. Devil Dogs: From Guadalcanal to the Shores of Japan. Tantor Media, Inc.

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Saul David, Saul David|AUTHOR and Adam James|READER. Devil Dogs: From Guadalcanal to the Shores of Japan Tantor Media, Inc, 2022.

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Saul David, Saul David|AUTHOR, and Adam James|READER. Devil Dogs: From Guadalcanal to the Shores of Japan Tantor Media, Inc., 2022.

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    [synopsis] => The "Devil Dogs" of King Company, Third Battalion, 5th Marines-part of the legendary 1st Marine Division-were among the first American soldiers to take the offensive in World World II-and also the last.

They landed on the beaches of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands in August 1942-the first US ground offensive of the war-and were present when Okinawa, Japan's, most southerly prefecture finally fell to American troops in June 1945.

Ordinary men from very different backgrounds, and drawn from cities, towns, and settlements across America, the Devil Dogs were asked to do something extraordinary: take on the victorious Imperial Japanese Army-and defeat it. This is the story of how they did just that and, in the process, forged bonds of brotherhood that still survive today.

The company contained an unusually high number of talented writers, whose first-hand accounts and memoirs provide the color, emotion, and context for this extraordinary story. In Devil Dogs, award-winning historian Saul David sets the searing experience of the Devil Dogs into the broader context of the brutal war in the Pacific and does for the U.S. Marines what Band of Brothers did for the 101st Airborne.
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