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Jungle Combat With the 112th Cavalry Three Texans in the Pacific in World War II (Paperback)

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Learn more about Jungle Combat With the 112th Cavalry:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0786461500
ISBN-13: 9780786461509
Sku: 217147817
Publish Date: 2/1/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 6L x 0.5T
 
This narrative tracks the experiences of three veterans while providing a comprehensive account of Troop G activities during the war years. The text follows the regiment from its time as a mounted cavalry based in Fort Clark to New Caldonia, where the men gave up their horses to become infrantymen in General Douglas MacArthur''s conquest of New Guinea and the Philippines. Never as famous as the federalized infantrymen of the Texas 36th, the men of the 112th have often been overlooked in discussions of World War II, and this text seeks to restore them to their rightful place in the history of the Pacific theater operations.
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This narrative tracks the experiences of three veterans of the U.S. cavalry while developing an account of Troop G in World War II. The regiment went from mounted cavalry based in Fort Clark, Texas, to New Caledonia, where the men gave up their horses to become infantrymen in General MacArthur's conquest of New Guinea and the Philippines. The men of the 112th Cavalry have often been overlooked in discussions of World War II. This text seeks to restore them to their place in the history of the Pacific Theater operations.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributePublisher:   McFarland & Company
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