|Statement||by Charles E. Pfannes and Victor A. Salamone|
|Contributions||Salamone, Victor A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||416 p. :|
|Number of Pages||416|
Americans (The Great Admirals of World War Ii, Vol. 1) [Pfannes, Sal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Americans (The Great Admirals of World War Ii, Vol 5/5(1). This was a really interesting book. It covers the lives of America's only four 5-star admirals, all of whom served during World War II. Before reading this book, I was already somewhat familiar with Nimitz and Halsey, the two better known of the /5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: volumes : maps ; 18 cm: Contents: v. 1. The Americans --v The Germans. Responsibility. This superbly researched and well written book is both a biography of the principal US Admirals and a narrative history of their involvement in World War II. There is not a lot of new material here for King, Nimitz and Halsey, but I was fascinated to learn the details of Admiral William Leahy, known to history as FDR’s adviser and the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of s:
World War II Hero. With the start of World War II in Europe, Doolittle asked his long-time friend, General Henry "Hap" Arnold, who was now chief of the Army Air Corps, to return him to active duty. On July 1, , Doolittle re-entered uniformed service as a major assigned to . U, World War II German Submarine; U Scuttled and Sunk Off Cape Khamis, Algeria ; U Sunk By US Army Attack Bomber No. , Unit B.S. ; U-Boat War in the Caribbean: Opportunities Lost; Ultra and the Campaign Against U-boats in World War II; Underwater earthquake disasters and the U.S. Navy; Uniform Regulations, Pages in category "United States Navy World War II admirals" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().(previous page) (). Buy The Great Admirals of World War II by Charles E. Pfannes, Victor A. Salamone online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
Honored Admiral for life, he remains one of the most emblematic Royal Navy officers in history, the “Nelson of the Second World War”. Darlan, François () Probably the most famous and controversial French admiral of the war, he was above all a convinced “vichyst”, known paradoxically for his action of turning the fleet to the. This is an older volume--but still a great one--about one of the most cynical decisions made in a very cynical war, how it went very wrong for the initiators, and little better for the defenders. There are a few things in this book that wouldn’t be written now--stereotypes for example--but is otherwise excellent. At the end of World War II, Grand Admiral Karl Doenitz () was hand-picked to succeed Adolph Hitler as reich president and supreme commander of the armed forces. He stood trial at Neuremberg for war crimes, but received the relatively light sentence of ten years in Spandau Prison. This work provides biographies of more than men and women who have served as admiral, vice admiral, or rear admiral. While officers from the U.S., British, French and Japanese navies make up the bulk of the work, officers from 22 countries, including Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, and Spain, are also included.