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Bottom line: This book is concise, interesting, and very well written.
The first map shows the Western Pacific followed by the Wake Island sector where you can study tracks of the Japanese ships as well as the American relief task forces.
While it is an easy read it will leave you wanting more and there is plenty of information out there to find it.
The author did a good job researching a story that very few people know about. As per usual for an Osprey publication, it is well laid out and looks good.Published 10 months ago by Jon R.
The campaign of Wake Island, which took place between 8 and 23 December 1941, was not a very large battle, but definitely an extremely dramatic one - and American defenders of this... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Darth Maciek
Pretty good treatment of the ground campaign for Wake island. Nice pictures, missing general strategy for defense (and or build up)of Wake including attempted relief. AveragePublished 20 months ago by R. Koons
The author, Jim Moran did an excellent job on this book. His narrative is both succinct and well focused. Read morePublished on February 5, 2012 by Mike Dillemuth