A Place Called Cactus
177 pp. Lying in a foxhole, scared out of my wits, I had just seen a human leg pass overhead with the shoe still on the foot! The Naval bombardment continued as a battleship, four heavy cruisers, five destroyers pummeled the perimeter for four straight hours, occasionally stopping but only to start up again for a few hours. This continued for nearly five months. To give you some idea of this firepower, a battleship fires a shell weighing close to two tons and can easily plant a ten-foot hole in the ground as well as clean off an entire city block in a flash. Bookseller Inventory # 1570872287AMA031616
Title: A Place Called Cactus
Publisher: Professional Press
Publication Date: 1995
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
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