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Hell on Land Disaster at Sea
ISBN: 1-56311-776-2
 
 
 
 
   
 
  Category: Veteran’s Books
US Army History
 
  Description: In this book Fred Randle breaks his more than half century of silence on his ordeal during World War II, including an eye witness account of America's worst at-sea military disaster, the sinking of the HMS Rohna in which 1,047 American soldiers were killed. Randle also describes his service with Merill's Marauders against Japanese forces in Burma, and his survival during their 800-mile march through the world's most formidable terrain. History buffs will find Randle's first hand criticisms of the decisions and actions American General Joseph W. Stillwell in the Asian campaign to be both sobering and enlightening. A MUST READ!!

144 pages, 6" x 9"
Hardbound with dustjacket