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by Colin G Jameson
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Originally published: Washington, . Publications Branch, Office of Naval Intelligence, United States Navy, 1944. Solomon Islands campaign ; 6). Includes bibliographical references.
Subject: Guadalcanal, Battle of, Solomon Islands, 1942-1943. Subject: World War, 1939-1945 - Campaigns - Solomon Islands - Guadalcanal.
Jameson, The Battle of Guadalcanal, p. 22 says, "Only by speeding up did the Laffey manage to.New York & Toronto: Ballantine Books. Jameson, Colin G. (1944). The Battle of Guadalcanal, 11–15 November 1942". 22 says, "Only by speeding up did the Laffey manage to cross the enemy's bows with a few feet (metres) to spare. Publications Branch, Office of Naval Intelligence, United States Navy (Somewhat inaccurate on the details of actual damage done to and actions by Japanese ships).
The following events occurred in November 1942: . forces began the Matanikau Offensive on Guadalcanal. German Army Group A captured Alagir. Escape from Fort Stanton: Four German sailors escaped from an internment camp at Fort Stanton, New Mexico. The Embassy of the Soviet Union posted a bulletin announcing that the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet had formed a committee for the investigation of war crimes committed by the Germans and their associates to the people and property of the USSR.
If the EVIL TWINS can reproduce that kind of battle with VaS, then they will have the naval game today!!. Some points below ; Land Based Aircraft (spotting and bombing).
On the 12th of November, 1942, a naval battle between Japan and the Allies (mostly American men and ships) begins. This modified map-from "The Battle of Guadalcanal, 11-15 November, 1942," by Colin G. Jameson (at page 19)-depicts the location of opposing ships. Also known as the "Third and Fourth Battles of Savo Island and, for the Japanese, the the "Third Battle of the Solomon Sea," this "Naval Battle of Guadalcanal" was fiercely fought over three days. The three-day naval battle was deadly, for both sides, but the victory went to the Allies. Their efforts stopped the Japanese Empire from retaking Guadalcanal.
English: Naval Battle of Guadalcanal, 12-15 November 1942: the . Navy troop transport USS President Jackson (AP-37) is maneuvering under Japanese air attack off Guadalcanal, 12 November 1942. In the center background is smoke from an enemy plane that had just crashed into the after superstructure of the heavy cruiser USS San Francisco (CA-38), which is steaming away in the right center. Note the anti-aircraft shell bursts. Navy photo 80-G-32366 from the . Navy Naval History and Heritage Command.
Jameson, Colin G. Originally published: Washington, . Solomon Islands campaign ; 6) ISBN 45274-22-X 1. Guadalcanal Island (Solomon Islands), Battle of, 1942-1943.
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