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Battle of the Bismarck Sea by Gregory P Gilbert

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Battle of the Bismarck Sea
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Publisher: Royal Australian Air Force
ISBN-13: 9781920800796
Number of pages: 101

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'The Battle of the Bismarck Sea' details and analyses the planning and preparation of both Allied and Japanese forces leading up to the battle, description of the battle itself and discussion of the aftermath, including stunning photographs taken during the fighting by renowned wartime photographer Damien Parer.

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