Battleground South Pacific. Photographs By Bruce Adams

By: Howlett, Robert

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Sydney: AH & AW Reed, 1970. 223 pages, colour plates, b/w photographs, endpaper maps. Jacket, worn at faded spine head, has lost a triangular section from the lower edge of the front panel. The battling armies created bleak infernos of the jewelled islands of the South Pacific and laid them waste. The armies passed but the material remained: aircraft, tanks, cannon, landing-craft, warships, trucks, jeeps, canteens, beach defences, everything that could advance the attack, retard the enemy or repair the damage. 'After a quarter-century nature is toning down the raw impact of the relics of war.'. First Edition. Original Cloth. Very Good/Good. 4to.

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