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As a Grandson of a veteran who was wounded on the Bunker Hill I would have appreciated a more in-depth account of all servicemen on board. Read morePublished 2 days ago by JON C TAYLOR
Let's make something clear right off the bat; if you want as precise a history of the carrier war as possible, go read wikipedia, or one of the thousands of naval history books... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Wolfpacker15
Well done. Father was on board Bunker Hill during the attack. Wish a couple of his stories could have been included.Published 7 months ago by Bob E.
I started out enjoying the book. Somewhere in the midst I was growing evermore weary of the recurring contradictions in points previously stated earlier in the book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by RDP
Very good book. A little too much detail to suit me, but well worth my time.Published 11 months ago by Fleet
Excellent book. My father was on the Bunker Hill when it got hit. Wish he was still alive so I could talk to him about this now that I understand the magnitude of what happened. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Terri Scaletta
great history my uncle served on the Bunker Hill & was one of the survivorsPublished 15 months ago by John H. Crede
I just finished reading this book. And I followed it up by reading some of these Amazon reviews for this publication. Read morePublished 18 months ago by R. Wise