The Siege of Rabaul

The Siege of Rabaul The Japanese bastion of Rabaul was their Gibraltar of the Southwest Pacific in WWII But by Allied forces had won the battle for the Solomons and Rabaul was encircled and besieged It was bypassed
  • Title: The Siege of Rabaul
  • Author: Henry Sakaida
  • ISBN: 9781883809096
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Siege of Rabaul
    The Japanese bastion of Rabaul was their Gibraltar of the Southwest Pacific in WWII But by 1944 Allied forces had won the battle for the Solomons and Rabaul was encircled and besieged It was bypassed and never invaded This is the incredible story of its siege and the activities of its surviving guerrilla air force.
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  • 162 Comments

  • This is a good book for anyone who wants to know details and insights into one of the most misunderstood operations of WWII Loaded with pictures and personal accounts, Henry Sakaida has done a great job illustrating exactly how the aerial siege of one of Japan s mightiest bastions unfolded The Japanese were convinced a ground assualt on New Britain was inevitable and fortified it in anticipation of the coming of MacArthur But it turned out to be a wasted effort as the Allies simply cutoff and by [...]


  • Interesting to read a portion of the war as portrayed by the Japanese At times hard to read or keep interest but overall a well detailed account of the location s role in the battle What was disheartening is to read how many American aviators were executed by the Japanese at this location after capture.


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