Guadalcanal Decision At Sea – By Eric Hammel








“GUADALCANAL DECISION At SEA” The Naval Battle of Guadalcanal November 13 – 15, 1942. By Eric Hammel. This is an entirely new examination in vivid detail of the Guadalcanal naval battle of November 13 – 15, 1942, a crucial step toward America’s victory over the Japanese during World War II. The three-day action was America’s most decisive surface battle of the war and the only naval battle of this century in which American battleships directly confronted and mortally wounded an enemy battleship. This victory decided the future course of the war in the Pacific. Eric Hammel has brilliantly blended the detailed historical records with personal accounts of many of the officers and enlisted men, creating an engrossing narrative of the strategy and struggle as seen by both sides. He has also included major new insights into crucial details of the battles, including a riveting account of the American forces’ failure to effectively use their radar advantage. 1988 Hardback (book club) edition with dust jacket. 430 pages, 31 black and whiter photos. 7 maps, an appendix and index.

Good Cond – $17.88


Other books of interest:

American Cruisers Of World War II

The Battle For Guadalcanal

Guadalcanal Decision At Sea

Left To Die

Neptune’s Inferno

Pacific War Diary 1942-1945


To The Marianas

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