“The BATTLE For LEYTE GULF” By C. Van Woodward. The greatest naval battle of the Second World War and the largest engagement ever fought on the high seas. For the Japanese the battle represented the supreme naval effort of the war. They committed to action virtually every operational fighting ship on the lists of the Imperial Japanese Navy, including the massive battleships Yamato and Musashi, which were the most powerful war ships ever built. American sub USS Darter among the many U.S. ships lost in this epic battle. 1947 Paperback edition. 190 pages, 5 maps but no photos or index. Taped spine, good “reader copy.” See above photo of book for condition. Inside pages are very nice and undamaged.
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