The story of the command of Admiral Raymond A. Spruance during WWII as he commanded the Pacific as told by one of his closest friends and associates, Vice Admiral E.P. Forrestel. It has many photographs and some maps.
Raymond A. Spruance: (1886-1969) American admiral. Commanded US naval forces during two of the most significant naval battles in the Pacific theater, the Battle of Midway and the Battle of the Philippine Sea. The Battle of Midway was the first major victory for the United States over Japan and is seen by many as the turning point of the Pacific war. The Battle of the Philippine Sea was also a significant victory for the US.
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