Weise and Pichette

Cutler, Lieutenant Commander Thomas J.
July 2014
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jul2014, Vol. 140 Issue 7, p92
Conference Proceeding
In this article, the author discusses the Battle of Midway in the Pacific Theater of Operations, one of the most important naval battles of World War II. He mentions that how the Japanese planes including Hiryu, a fourth Japanese carrier, swarmed over the American carrier. The author reveals the plight of the U.S. Navy during the battle.


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