The national bestselling author of "Biggest Brother" presents this new account of World War II heroism. Alexander follows the footsteps of the men who made up the elite reconnaissance unit that served as General MacArthur's eyes and ears in the Pacific War.The national bestselling author of "Biggest Brother" presents this new account of World War II heroism. Alexander follows the footsteps of the men who made up the elite reconnaissance unit that served as General MacArthur's eyes and ears in the Pacific War.Read Less
Very Good. No Jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Trade paperback; spine uncreased; very slight rubbing to edges of covers; coffee splatter affecting portion of front cover and foreedge of first few leaves; scattered underlining and marginal markings by college professor.
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The story of the Alamo Scouts, how
they came into being and their
missions makes for a great read.
Litle know till well after the war they
stand out as the true plank holders
for the Army's Special Forces.
if you're looking for a book that paints
the true picture of what it was like to
operated behind enemy lines in the
Pacific during WW II, this is a book you
won't wasnt to miss.
Jan 7, 2010
Not really much depth in the story telling, An important facet in the development of our military, but not as meaty as I was hoping for.
Still a good choice if ww2 history in the pacific is one of your favorite subjects.
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