World War II naval battle

December 1984
Yankee;Dec84, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p78
An eyewitness account of this important World War II naval battle, when General Douglas MacArthur returned to the Philippines. The Japanese sustained mortal blows which finished their navy. According to the author, infinite confusion and bad communication reigned supreme on both sides during the entire engagement.


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