The U. S. Marines and Amphibious War

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The U. S. Marines and Amphibious War

By Jeter A. Isely and Philip A. Crowl
Princeton University Press, 1951
636 pp. $7.50

Superior to most military histories in its style and impartiality, this work by two Princeton historians (neither of them Marines) is a valuable contribution to our knowledge of the Marine Corps' rôle in developing the techniques of amphibious assault.

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