`General Douglas MacArthur, the Philippines, and strategic decisions of World War II: A survey of

Rasor, Eugene L.
January 1995
International Social Science Review;1995, Vol. 70 Issue 1/2, p15
Academic Journal
Presents a historiographical survey of the published literature about United States Army General Douglas MacArthur, the Philippines, and related strategic decisions of World War II. Strategic implications of the Philippines and its relation to the famous return of MacArthur to the Philippines; MacArthur's contribution; Supporters of MacArthur in the United States.


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