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Beyond Courage: One Regiment Against Japan, 1941-1945

Cave, Dorothy

Published by Yucca Free Pr, Yucca, 1992
ISBN 10: 0962294071 / ISBN 13: 9780962294075
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Title: Beyond Courage: One Regiment Against Japan, ...

Publisher: Yucca Free Pr, Yucca

Publication Date: 1992

Binding: Cloth

Illustrator: Photo Illus in b&w

Book Condition: Almost Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: By Author

Edition: First Edition

Book Type: Military

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Book has short gift inscription on FFEP. DJ Fine. 431pp witn Index. Red cloth. Stated 1st Ed. Tight, square, bright copy. No remainder mark. No internal notations. Crisp, unclipped DJ in Mylar cover. Signed by author on Half-Title Page. Bookseller Inventory # 13757

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Synopsis: Bataan, the last bastion stemming the Japanese tidal wave across the Pacific, was about to fall. In the midst of crashing bombs and depleted stores, the vastly outnumbered lines broke and commands disintegrated. Only one unit, 'Old Two Hon'erd,' a small band of New Mexico National Guardsmen, remained intact. With only rifles, a few rounds of ammunition, and an unshakable esprit de corps, they prepared to die but not surrender. In her award-winning history, Dorothy Cave follows the members of a small unit who played a key role in this pivotal moment in history. They were the first unit to fire when the Japanese struck. They guarded the bridges of the strategic retreat as all others crossed into Bataan to make the now-famous stand. They were the last to lay down arms, and did so only when ordered by the high command. Then followed the Death March, starvation, and brutality of Japanese POW camps and Hell Ships. Laughing at their captors, they sabotaged the Japanese war machine at every chance. They were still fighting in Uncle Sam's army and only half returned. Amid human depravity, described in graphic detail, they kept their faith, honor, and a profound love of their country. Theirs is a legacy of courage and something beyond.

Review: A vivid narrative of the men of New Mexico's 200th and 515th Coast Artillery (AA) units. Cave skillfully tells a story of hardship, bravery, unspeakable treatment, and a never-dying belief that their country would liberate them. They were the first unit to fire on the enemy in the Philippines and the last organized unit to lay down their arms when surrender came.

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