The Pacific, World War Two

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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. More

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Words: 43,520
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452343044
About C D Wilson

I spent the last several winters in Florida and have become friends with many American Veterans of World War Two, Korea, and Vietnam.
We spent relaxing afternoons, having drinks, discussing their stories, which have become the basis of my novels.
The Pacific, World War 2
The Battle of Bloody Ridge,
Vietnam, the Medal of Honor
To Hell and Back
The novels follow the O’Brien family from New York City through three generations from 1939 to the present. The O’Brien’s are a family that defends America.

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The Pacific, World War Two
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.

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Review by: avid reader on Sep. 01, 2010 :
Enjoyed it very much! A thrilling and action packed tale of war by C D Wilson. A well-written story of family closeness and loyalty to one another. What a bonus to find a 22% off coupon at the end of the book for the next one The Korean War. Will definitely download it.
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Review by: Rob Lawson on Aug. 24, 2010 :
What a great story! Very emotional! The author kept my interest from start to finish. There is a lot of action and excitement through out the book. The battles came to life on the screen. Liam and Conner, the O’Brian brothers are real American heroes. It would make a very entertaining movie. I am looking forward to reading The Korean War and rest of the books in the series.
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Review by: Jerry Estes on Aug. 22, 2010 :
This guy claims to be a retired college professor, however, he has no grammatical skills whatsoever. Many misspelled words and no or misplaced punctuation. Sure glad I didn't have him in college. Doesn't know the difference in there, their and they're; of and off; were, we're and where. How did he finish high school much less college and become a college professor. Except for this his tales make good reading but don't buy all his books. Just buy "Sacrifice and Remembrance" as all the rest are included, word for word, in this one book.
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