5 edition of MacArthur"s jungle war found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-296) and index.
|Other titles||1944 New Guinea campaign|
|Statement||Stephen R. Taaffe.|
|Series||Modern war studies|
|LC Classifications||D767.95 .T316 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||97025228|
MacArthur’s Victory: The War in New Guinea, Harry A. Gailey Presidio Press, Shedding Light on a much-neglected theater of the Pacific War, Mr. Gailey blends a wealth of operational and organizational information with compelling narratives of the rigors and hazards of jungle warfare fought amongst the ravines and mountain. Harry Truman’s decision to fire Douglas MacArthur at the height of the Korean War in April shocked the American political system and astonished the world.
FOREWORD. The Reports of General MacArthur include two volumes being published by the Department of the Army in four books reproduced exactly as they were printed by General MacArthur's Tokyo headquarters in , except for the addition of this foreword and they were Government property, the general turned over to the Department in these volumes and related . When Kabul and Baghdad fell, the regimes of Saddam Hussein and the Taliban fell. If MacArthur were around in and , there is little doubt that he would have pointed out that elementary fact. The best book written on the general, by the way, and there are many, is American Caesar by William Manchester, originally published in
General of the Army Douglas MacArthur (Janu – April 5, ) was an American general and field marshal of the Philippine was a Chief of Staff of the United States Army during the s and played a prominent role in the Pacific theater during World War II. He received the Medal of Honor for his service in the Philippines Campaign. Unsung in WWII fiction is the story of the 6th Army's 6th Infantry Division ('the Sightseein' Sixth') and their jungle commandoes, the Alamo Scouts, under the command of Gen. Walter Kreuger, the trusted and savvy lieutenant of 'America's Caesar,' Douglas MacArthur.
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MacArthur's Jungle War offers historians a more analytical treatment of the New Guinea campaign than is found in previous works, and is written with a dramatic flair that will appeal to military buffs. By revealing the interaction among American military planning, interservice politics, MacArthur's generalship, and the American way of war Cited by: Americans fought the Japanese, the jungle, disease and General Douglas MacArthur’s timetable in New Guinea.
By W.F. Burke. In Marchthe Joint Chiefs of Staff met in a closed session to decide on the course of the war in the Pacific theater. World War II "Well researched and an easy read, this book is a must for anyone with an interest in the Pacific War."--New York Military Affairs Symposium Newsletter "Writing with verve and imagination, Taaffe's compelling reassessment of MacArthur's New Guinea operations brings to life the officers and men behind MacArthur's shining : $ Macarthur's Jungle War book.
Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When General Douglas MacArthur led Allied troops into the jun /5(4). Get this from a library. MacArthur's jungle war: the New Guinea campaign. [Stephen R Taaffe] -- When General Douglas MacArthur led Allied troops into the jungles of New Guinea in World War II, he placed his armies in a position to fulfill his personal promise to liberate the Philippines.
Here. When General Douglas MacArthur led Allied troops into the jungles of New Guinea in World War II, he was already looking ahead. By successfully leapfrogging Japanese forces on that island, he placed his armies in a position to fulfill his personal promise to liberate the Philippines.
The New Guinea campaign has gone down in history as one of MacArthur's shining successes.4/5(4). Buy a cheap copy of MacArthur's Jungle War: The New book by Stephen, R. Taaffe. When General Douglas MacArthur led Allied troops into the jungles of New Guinea in World War II, he was already looking ahead.
By successfully leapfrogging Japanese Free shipping over $Cited by: The book lacks photographs, and generally includes no more than one map per battle. These relatively minor limitations aside, MacArthur's Jungle War is a first-rate account of this campaign, and is highly recommended to anyone with an interest in the Pacific theater of the Second World War.
Mcarthur's Jungle War by Stephen R. Taaffe,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This is a book covering one of those forgetten campaigns of the Second World War.
The book picks up the story of the New Guinea campaign from the point where the United States takes the lead from the Australians in mid/late after Buna.
(Aussie readers take note).Reviews: MacArthur's Spies: The Soldier, the Singer, and the Spymaster Who Defied the Japanese in World War II by:Peter Eisner what is it about: MacArthur's Spiesreads like Casablancaset in the Pacific, filled with brave and daring characters caught up in the intrigue of war and the best part is that it's all true!"/5(78).
: MacArthur's Jungle War: The New Guinea Campaign: xiii, pp, chronology, notes, bibliography, index. Papered boards in dust-jacket. The author presents his reassessment of MacArthur's New Guinea operation, bringing to life the officers and men behind MacArthur's success.
Size: 8vo/5(26). MacArthur's Jungle War examines the campaign's strategic background and individual operations, describing the enormous challenges posed by jungle and amphibious warfare. Perhaps more important, it offers a balanced assessment of MacArthur's leadership and limitations, revealing his reliance on familiar battle plans and showing the vital role.
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Title: MacArthur’s Jungle War: New Guinea Campaign. Author: Taaffe, Stephen. Categories: AMERICAN FORCES, PACIFIC THEATER, L Edition: 1st Publisher. MacArthur’s Victory: The War in New Guinea, by Harry A. Gailey; Presidio Press, New York,$ As its subtitle proclaims, MacArthur’s Victory covers the campaign in New Guinea from the capture of Buna in January to the capture of Sanispor at the far end of the island in August The campaign, using both American and Australian troops under the overall command.
Home; WWII; MacArthur's Failures in the Philippines; MacArthur's Failures in the Philippines, December - March By Robert C. Daniels The 7 December Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by Japanese Admiral Chichi Nagumo's naval strike force suddenly and fully thrust the United States into World War II, a war which would last for nearly four years and cost , The South Pacific theatre of World War II is usually seen from the perspective of the Marines fighting from Guadalcanal to Okinawa.
Unsung in WWII fiction is the story of the 6th Army’s 6th Infantry Division (“the Sightseein’ Sixth”) and their jungle commandoes, the Alamo Scouts, under the command of Gen. Walter Kreuger, the trusted and savvy lieutenant of “America’s Caesar Brand: Idea & Design Works, LLC.MacArthur's Jungle War: The New Guinea Campaign, by Stephen R.
Taaffe. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, Pp. Maps, notes, biblio., index. $ ISBN This is a very fine piece of work on a campaign that has long needed a fresh look.