The Battle of Coral ePub download
by LEX MCAULAY
- ISBN: 0099659301
- ISBN13: 978-0099659303
- ePub: 1862 kb | FB2: 1921 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Genre Fiction
- Publisher: ARROW BOOKS LTD; First Edition Thus edition (1990)
- Pages: 361
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 341
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Condition: Used: Good. May include library labels. It is in good shape overall.
ISBN 10: 0099659301, ISBN 13: 9780099659303. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Battle of Coral. Publisher: ARROW BOOKS LTD. Publication Date: 1990. Published by ARROW BOOKS LTD, 1990. Condition: Good Soft cover. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, . Price: US$ 9. 6 Convert Currency.
The Battle of Coral: Vietnam Fire Support Bases Coral and Balmoral, May 1968. London, England: Arrow Books. Scott, Francis Peter (2007).
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The Battle of Coral, Lex McAulay ISBN 01 An exceptional book showing the awakening of the US Army, from idealistic post-WWII into something they didn't grasp.
The Battle of Coral, Lex McAulay ISBN 01. It's about an Aussie Firebase NE of saigon in May '68 and it makes We Were Soldiers look like a Disney film. Also worth a read are The Deer Hunter (Much, much better than the film IMHO) and The Walking Dead by a US Marine in Da Nang. Have copies here if you would care to PM to borrow them. An exceptional book showing the awakening of the US Army, from idealistic post-WWII into something they didn't grasp. Following the different characters through their development and experiences is a damned good read.