The Pacific War was the largest naval conflict in history. With color and black and white photographs of battleships, underground headquarters, eroded tanks and sunken bombers, this book tells its story ¾ from the Bataan Death March and Guadalcanal to General MacArthur's return to the Philippines through the vivid memories of surviving war veterans, including former generals and frontline combatants. Photographs by Richard Marin. Foreword by Stephen E. Ambrose. Afterwards by Sen. John McCain.
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RICHARD MARIN has been a professional photographer since 1979. His specialty is location photography. His assignments have taken him to more than thirty countries, where he has pioneered the use of infrared photography in commercial applications and photojournalism. A selection of his work can be viewed at MarinPhotography.com.
Richard first became acquainted with some of the history of World War II through his father, Allan Marin, who served in the Pacific Theater. WAR OF OUR FATHERS is an expression of love and respect for his father, and his deep admiration for the achievements of the entire World War II generation.
Richard is based in Chicago and can be contacted by e-mail at marin@MarinPhotography.com
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