The Pacific, World War Two by C D Wilson
Approx. 43,520 words.
Published on December 16, 2009.
Pearl Harbor, December Seventh 1941. The American Pacific Fleet is in ruins. U.S. troops surrender in late spring of 1942. American POW’S are beaten like animals by Japs on the infamous Battan Death March. Thousands are murdered with hands tied behind their backs. Some refused to surrender and they fought a successful jungle guerilla war for the next three years. This is their story.