“The ADMIRAL” By Martin Dibner. (Fiction) The making of an admiral. Captain Henry Paige was a ruthless warrior, a dedicated, well-trained pro, the kind of fighter the Navy apologizes for in peacetime and promotes in wartime. In the desperate World War II Pacific campaigns he came through with brilliance and the rewards came––a carrier command and eventually, an admiral’s stars. This is part of a remarkable trilogy dealing with men at war by an author who knew it firsthand––Martin Dibner. The other novels are “The Trouble With Heroes” and “The Deep Six.” 1980 Paperback. 498 pages, no photos or maps.
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