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Historical Map Bibliographies

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WORLD WAR II MAPS

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October 2002

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Compiled by Bibliography Branch
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Normandy The U.S. Army Campaigns of World War II.
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http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/brochures/normandy/nor-pam.htm
The invasion plan and maps.

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Britannica Online. ਍ഀ
Available at:
http://normandy.eb.com
The story, pictures and maps.

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Pearl Harbor Remembered. ਍ഀ
Available at:
http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/asia_1941.jpg
Map of the Pearl Harbor anchorage and the route of attackers.

਍ഀ U.S. Army Center of Military History.  World War II Maps.
Available at:  ਍ഀ http://www.reisenett.no/map_collection/historical/history_ww2.html
਍ഀ Asia-Pacific theater and European theater maps.

U.S. Military Academy ਍ഀ Campaign Atlas.
 
Available at:
  ਍ഀ http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/dhistorymaps/Atlas%20Page.htm
਍ഀ Pacific and European campaigns. 

U.S. Military Academy War Maps ਍ഀ Series.  World War II Pacific Maps. 
Available at: ਍ഀ http://www.ww2pacific.com/maps.html

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World War II Maps by Date. ਍ഀ
Available at:
਍ഀ http://history.acusd.edu/gen/WW2Index/picindexmapsi.html
Site is provided by the History Department of the University of ਍ഀ San Diego. Numerous maps arranged by date only no subject index.

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World War II Theaters. ਍ഀ
Available at:
http://baby.indstate.edu/gga/gga_cart/gecar127.htm
Maintained by the Cartography Division at Indiana State ਍ഀ University. Offers large overview maps of the major theater operations and then ਍ഀ divides maps and photographs by theater, front, and campaign.

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WORLD WAR II - GENERAL SOURCES

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Atlas of the Second World War, edited by ਍ഀ Peter Young. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1974. 288 p.
Arranged by major ਍ഀ theater or campaign with details on forces and the tactical, geographical and ਍ഀ logistical problems faced.
Book call no.: 911 Y75a

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Brown, Francis. The War in Maps, an Atlas of the New ਍ഀ York Times Maps. New York, Oxford University Press, 1946. 93 p.
਍ഀ This 1946 edition of New York Times maps offers detailed maps showing the ਍ഀ progress of the war.
Book call no.: 940.5499 B81w 1946

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Goodenough, Simon. War Maps: World War II. ਍ഀ New York, St. Martin's Press, 1982. 192 p.
Provides maps of all theaters from ਍ഀ September 1939 to August 1945.
Book call no.: 911 G649w

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History of the Second World War. ਍ഀ London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1962. [8] vols.
Provides separate ਍ഀ volumes on specific theaters such as: The Campaign in Normandy, The War at Sea, ਍ഀ The Mediterranean and Middle East, etc.
Book call no.: 940.542 H673

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Macdonald, John. Great Battles of World War II. ਍ഀ New York, Macmillan, 1986. 192 p.
Maps, discussion, computer graphics and 3-D ਍ഀ pictures highlight many of the battles including Dunkirk, Britain, Midway, ਍ഀ Guadalcanal, Normandy, the Bulge, etc.
Book call no.: 940.541 M135g

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The Marshall Cavendish Illustrated Encyclopedia of ਍ഀ World War II, by Eddy Bauer and others. New York, Marshall Cavendish, ਍ഀ 1985. 12 vols.
Book call no.: 940.53 M367

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Messenger, Charles. The Chronological Atlas of World ਍ഀ War II. New York, Macmillan, 1989. 255 p.
Book call ਍ഀ no.: 940.530202 M584C

Natkiel, Richard and Sommer, Robin L. ਍ഀ Atlas of World War II. New York, Military Press and ਍ഀ Crown, 1985. 192 p.
Covers from the Blitzkrieg to the Allied victory.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 911 N278a

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Pimlott, John. The Historical Atlas of World War II. ਍ഀ New York, H. Holt, 1995. 224 p.
Clear color maps of all major engagements and ਍ഀ battles.
Book call no.: 940.5420223 P644h

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Pitt, Barrie and Pitt, Francis. The Month-by-Month ਍ഀ Atlas of World War II. New York, Summit Books, 1989. 178 p.
਍ഀ Shows the war month-by-month from 1940 to 1945 with battle and campaign maps ਍ഀ arranged chronologically.
Book call no.: 940.530223 P688m

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The Rand McNally Encyclopedia of World War II. ਍ഀ Chicago, Rand McNally, 1977. 256 p.
Covers situational maps of various ਍ഀ battles and campaigns, alphabetically arranged.
Book call no.: R ਍ഀ 940.53 R187r

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The Second World War, edited by Thomas E. ਍ഀ Griess. Wayne, NJ, Avery, 1989. 3 vols. (West Point Military History series.)
਍ഀ Volume Three - Campaign Atlas to the Second World War: Primarily depicts ਍ഀ strategic coverage of the major campaigns of the war.
Book call no.: ਍ഀ R 940.54 S4451 v.3

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Stembridge, Jasper H. The Oxford War Atlas. ਍ഀ London, Oxford University Press, 1941-1945. 4 vols.
Offers small but detailed ਍ഀ battle maps.
Book call no.: 940.5499 St4o

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The Times Atlas of the Second World War, ਍ഀ edited by John Keegan. New York, Harper and Row, 1989. 254 p.
Book ਍ഀ call no.: R 911 T5832

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United States Military Academy. Dept. of Military Art and ਍ഀ Engineering. A Military History of World War II. West ਍ഀ Point, United States Military Academy, 1953. 2 vols.
Includes the war in ਍ഀ Eastern and Western Europe, North Africa, Sicily, Italy and Japan.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.542 U58mi Atlas

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United States. War Department. General Staff. Atlas ਍ഀ of the World Battle Fronts in Semimonthly Phases, to August 15, 1945. ਍ഀ Washington, Army Map Service, 1945. 101 p.
Shows the areas under Allied and ਍ഀ enemy control.
Book call no.: 912.1 U58a

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A War Atlas for Americans. New York, ਍ഀ Council on Books in Wartime and Simon & Schuster, 1944. 86 p.
Lists some ਍ഀ industrial targets, rail lines and major roads.
Book call no.: 912 ਍ഀ W21

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WAR IN EUROPE

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Atlas of the Second World War, Europe and the ਍ഀ Mediterranean, edited by Thomas E. Griess. Wayne, NJ, Avery, 1985. 83 ਍ഀ p. (West Point Military History series.)
Offers strategic coverage of the ਍ഀ major campaigns.
Book call no.: 911 A8811

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Blumenson, Martin. Breakout and Pursuit. ਍ഀ World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative ed. Washington, Center of Military ਍ഀ History. United States Army, 1993. 748 p. (United States Army in World War II: ਍ഀ European Theater of Operations)
This volume covers the time after the ਍ഀ beachhead was secured to the Allied's sweep across France to the German border ਍ഀ (July 1, 1944 to September 11, 1944). Includes the Battle for Brest. Map index, ਍ഀ pp. xvi-xvii
Book call no.: 940.54 U58ueto v.5 1993

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Clarke, Jeffrey L. and Smith, Robert Ross. Riviera ਍ഀ to the Rhine: The European Theater of Operations. Washington, ਍ഀ Center of Military History. United States Army, 1993. 605 p. (United States Army ਍ഀ in World War II: European Theater of Operations)
Covers the period of August ਍ഀ 1944 to March 1945. Details the Allied landings in southern France, the drive ਍ഀ through the Rhone River Valley, the push through the Vosges Mountains and the ਍ഀ defense of Alsace. Map index, pp xix-xx.
Book call no.: 940.5421 ਍ഀ C598r

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Cole, Hugh Marshall. The Lorraine Campaign. ਍ഀ World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative ed. Washington, Center of Military ਍ഀ History. United States Army, 1993. 657 p. (United States Army in World War II: ਍ഀ European Theater of Operations)
Follows operations of Patton's Third U.S. ਍ഀ Army during the fall of 1944. Map index, pp xviii-xix.
Book call no.: ਍ഀ 940.54 U58ueto v.1 1993

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Derry, Thomas K. The Campaign in Norway. ਍ഀ London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1952. 289 p. (History of the Second ਍ഀ World War. United Kingdom military series) ਍ഀ
Book call no.: 940.542 H673 v.1

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Ellis, Lionel Frederic. Victory in the West. ਍ഀ London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1962-68. 2 vols. (History of the Second ਍ഀ World War. United Kingdom military series) ਍ഀ
Book call no.: 940.542 H673 v.8 pts.1-2

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Ellis, Lionel Frederic. The War in France and ਍ഀ Flanders, 1939-1940. London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, ਍ഀ 1953. 425 p. (History of the Second World War. United Kingdom military series)
਍ഀ Covers from the outbreak of war on September 3, 1939 to the fall of France in ਍ഀ June 1940. Offers useful maps of the last days of Dunkirk. See map index, pp ਍ഀ vi-vii.
Book call no.: 940.542 H673 v.2

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MacDonald, Charles B. and Mathews, Sidney T. Three ਍ഀ Battles: Arnaville, Altuzzo, and Schmidt. World War II 50th ਍ഀ Anniversary Commemorative ed. Washington, Center of Military History. United ਍ഀ States Army, 1993. 443 p. (United States Army in World War II: European Theater ਍ഀ of Operations)
Describes three engagements in detail to illustrate the nature ਍ഀ of battle in Europe during WWII. Map index, pp xxi-xxii.
Book call ਍ഀ no.: 940.54 U58us 1993

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MacDonald, Charles Brown. The Last Offensive. ਍ഀ World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative ed. Washington, Center of Military ਍ഀ History. United States Army, 1993. 532 p. (United States Army in World War II: ਍ഀ European Theater of Operations).
Covers from January 1945 to the defeat of ਍ഀ Germany including the sweep to the Rhine, the capture of the Remagen bridge, ਍ഀ Elbe River thrust, and VE Day. See map index, pp xiv-xv.
Book call ਍ഀ no.: 940.54 U58ueto v.8 1993

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MacDonald, Charles Brown. The Siegfried Line ਍ഀ Campaign. World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative ed. ਍ഀ Washington, Center of Military History. United States Army, 1944. 670 p. (United ਍ഀ States Army in World War II: European Theater of Operations)
This volume ਍ഀ focuses on the American tactical ground operations at the Army level and below ਍ഀ from September 11, 1944 to December 16, 1944. Map index, pp xviii-xix.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.54 U58ueto v.6 1993

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Roskill, Stephen Wentworth. The War at Sea, ਍ഀ 1939-1945. London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1954-61. 4 ਍ഀ vols.
Divided into three parts: 1) The Defensive, 2) The Period of Balance, ਍ഀ and 3) The Offensive - Parts 1 and 2.
Book call no.: 940.542 H673 v.4

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United States Military Academy. Department of History. ਍ഀ Campaign Atlas to the Second World War: Europe and the Mediterranean. ਍ഀ West Point, NY, U.S. Military Academy, 1980. 83 p.
These maps are used at the ਍ഀ U.S. Military Academy for student instruction.
Book call no.: 911 ਍ഀ C186

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Battle of Britain

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The Battle of Britain, edited by Richard T. ਍ഀ Bickers. New York, Prentice Hall, 1990. 208 p.
Color diagrams show the ebb ਍ഀ and flow of combat.
Book call no.: 940.54211 B336

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Collier, Basil. The Defense of the United Kingdom. ਍ഀ London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1957. 557 p. (History of the Second ਍ഀ World War. United Kingdom military series).
See map index pages x-xi.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.542 H673 v.5

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Hough, Richard Alexander and Richards, Denis. The ਍ഀ Battle of Britain: The Greatest Air Battle of World War II. New ਍ഀ York, Norton, 1989. 413 p.
Provides color air tactical maps of the battle day ਍ഀ by day on pages 120-129 and 137.
Map of Luftwaffe and RAF bases, p 32.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.54211 H838b

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Price, Alfred. Battle of Britain: The Hardest Day, ਍ഀ 18 August 1940. New York, Scribner's, 1979. 246 p.
Features ਍ഀ several maps including ones of the Luftwaffe airfields used during the attacks.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.542 P945h

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Wood, Derek. The Narrow Margin: The Battle of ਍ഀ Britain and the Rise of Air Power 1930-1940.
Presents various maps ਍ഀ including ones on the defense page 152, the attack page 171, and the main battle ਍ഀ area page 221.
Book call no.: 940.5421 W874n 1990

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Battle of the Bulge

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Cole, Hugh Marshall. The Ardennes: Battle of the ਍ഀ Bulge. World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative ed. ਍ഀ Washington, Center of Military History. United States Army, 1993. 720 p. (United ਍ഀ States Army in World War II: European Theater of Operations)
Details the ਍ഀ planning and execution of the German offensive and the Allied victory. Map index ਍ഀ on page xix.
Book call no.: 940.54 U58ueto v.7 1993

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Cole, Hugh Marshall. The Lorraine Campaign. ਍ഀ World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative ed. Washington, Center of Military ਍ഀ History. United States Army, 1993. 657 p. (United States Army in World War II: ਍ഀ European Theater of Operations)
Details the planning and execution of the ਍ഀ German offensive and the Allied victory. Map index on page xix.
Book ਍ഀ call no.: 940.54 U58ueto v.1 1993

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Dupuy, Trevor Nevitt and others. Hitler's Last ਍ഀ Gamble: The Battle of the Bulge, December 1944-January 1945. New ਍ഀ York, HarperCollins, 1994. 565 p.
Features strategic and operational maps of ਍ഀ the many battles collectively known as the "Battle of the Bulge". ਍ഀ
Book call no.: 940.5421431 D945h

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Ellis, Lionel Frederic. Victory in the West. ਍ഀ London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1962-68. 2 vols. (History of the Second ਍ഀ World War. United Kingdom military series)
Part Two-The Defeat of Germany: ਍ഀ Covers the period from September 1, 1944 to May 1945. Map index, pp xii-xiii.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.542 H673 v.8 pt.2

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Marshall, Samuel Lyman Atwood. Bastogne: The Story ਍ഀ of the First Eight Days in Which the 101st Airborne Division Was Closed Within ਍ഀ the Ring of German Forces. Washington, Center of Military History. ਍ഀ United States Army, 1988. 261 p.
Covers one chapter in the Battle of the ਍ഀ Ardennes with daily situation maps.
Book call no.: 940.542 M35b 1988

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Merriam, Robert Edward. The Battle of the Ardennes. ਍ഀ London, Souvenir Press, 1958. 223 p.
Provides eight maps that show the German ਍ഀ plan of attack through their retreat.
Book call no.: 940.542 M568d ਍ഀ 1958

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Parker, Danny S. Battle of the Bulge: Hitler's ਍ഀ Ardennes Offensive, 1944-1945. Conshohocken, PA, Combined Books, ਍ഀ 1991. 316 p.
Offers situation maps from December 16, 1944-January 28, 1945.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.5421431 P238b

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Parker, Danny S. To Win the Winter Sky: The Air War ਍ഀ over the Ardennes, 1944-1945. Conshohocken, PA, Combined Books, ਍ഀ 1994. 528 p.
Provides maps of the air strikes supporting the ground battles. ਍ഀ See map index, p 6.
Book call no.: 940.5421431 P238t

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Normandy Invasion

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Balkoski, Joseph. Beyond the Beachhead: The 29th ਍ഀ Infantry Division in Normandy. Harrisburg, PA, Stackpole Books, ਍ഀ 1989. 304 p.
Maps show the division locations from the landing plans through ਍ഀ entry into St. Lo.
Book call no.: 940.5421 B186b

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Belfield, Eversley M. G. and Essame, H. The Battle ਍ഀ for Normandy. Philadelphia, Dufour Editions, 1965. 239 p. ਍ഀ
Covers the period D+1 to 22 August. Ten maps including the Odon (p.112) and ਍ഀ Goodwood Offensives (p.136), and planned and actual phase lines (p.152).
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.542 B428b

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Ellis, Lionel Frederic. Victory in the West. ਍ഀ London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1962-68. 2 vols. (History of the Second ਍ഀ World War. United Kingdom military series).
Part One-The Battle of Normandy: ਍ഀ Map index, pp xii-xiii.
Book call no.: 940.542 H673 v.8 pt.1

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Harrison, Gordon A. Cross-Channel Attack. ਍ഀ World War II 50th Anniversary commemorative ed. Washington, Center of Military ਍ഀ History, 1993. 519 p. (United States in World War II: European Theater of ਍ഀ Operations).
Includes 25 maps from the final overload plan to the advance ਍ഀ inland. See map index, p xv.
Book call no.: 940.54 U58ueto v.2 1993

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Man, John. The Facts on File D-Day Atlas: The ਍ഀ Definitive Account of the Allied Invasion of Normandy. New York, ਍ഀ Facts on File, 1994. 143 p.
Includes troop buildups, bombing targets, force ਍ഀ deployment, air assault and the breakout of the beach assault.
Book ਍ഀ call no.: 940.542142 M266f

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Mitcham, Samuel W. The Desert Fox in Normandy: ਍ഀ Rommel's Defense of Fortress Europe. Westport, CT, Praeger, ਍ഀ 1997. 229 p.
Detailed maps from the German perspective.
Book call ਍ഀ no.: 940.542142 M679d

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WAR IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

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Atlas of the Second World War, Europe and the ਍ഀ Mediterranean, edited by Thomas E. Griess. Wayne, NJ, Avery, 1985. 83 ਍ഀ p. (West Point Military History series).
Offers strategic coverage of the ਍ഀ major campaigns.
Book call no.: 911 A8811

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The United States Army in World War II: The ਍ഀ Mediterranean Theater of Operations. Washington, Office of the ਍ഀ the Chief of Military History. Department of the Army, 1969. 4 vols.
Volume ਍ഀ One - Northwest Africa: Seizing the Initiative in the West.
Volume Two - ਍ഀ Sicily and the Surrender of Italy.
Volume Three - Salerno to Cassino.
਍ഀ Volume Four - Cassino to the Alps.
Book call no.: 940.54 U58umt

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United States Military Academy. Department of History. ਍ഀ Campaign Atlas to the Second World War: Europe and the Mediterranean. ਍ഀ West Point, NY, U.S. Military Academy, 1980. 83 p.
These maps are used at the ਍ഀ U.S. Military Academy for student instruction.
Book call no.: 911 ਍ഀ C186

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WAR IN THE PACIFIC

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Atlas of the Second World War, Asia and the Pacific, ਍ഀ edited by Thomas E. Griess. Wayne, NJ, Avery, 1985. 52 p. (West Point Military ਍ഀ History series)
Offers strategic coverage of the major campaigns.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 911 A8812

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Gailey, Harry A. The War in the Pacific: From Pearl ਍ഀ Harbor to Tokyo Bay. Novato, CA, Presidio, 1995. 534 p.
Map ਍ഀ index, p. viii.
Book call no.: 940.5426 G138w

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Hammel, Eric M. Guadalcanal: Starvation Island. ਍ഀ New York, Crown, 1987. 478 p.
Provides area battle maps.
Book call ਍ഀ no.: 940.5426 H224g

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Hinz, Earl R. Pacific Island Battlegrounds of World ਍ഀ War II: Then and Now. Honolulu, HI, Bess Press, 1995. 104 p.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.5426 H666p

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Miller, Edward S. War Plan Orange: The U.S. Strategy ਍ഀ to Defeat Japan, 1897-1945. Annapolis, MD, Naval Institute ਍ഀ Press, 1991. 509 p.
Book call no.: 359.03 M647w

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Smurthwaite, David. The Pacific War Atlas, 1941-1945. ਍ഀ New York, Facts on File, 1995. 141 p.
Provides maps in color.
Book ਍ഀ call no.: R 940.5426 S666p

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The United States Army in World War II: The War in ਍ഀ the Pacific. Washington, Historical Division. Department of the ਍ഀ Army. 1948-1963. 11 vols.
Each volume includes material and maps on strategy ਍ഀ and supporting activities of the various campaigns and battles.
Book ਍ഀ call no.: 940.54 U58uwp

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The United States Marine Corps in World War II, ਍ഀ edited by Stanley E. Smith. New York, Random House, 1969. 965 p.
Offers clear ਍ഀ black and white maps of battles and campaigns including Wake, Midway, Tarawa, ਍ഀ and Iwo Jima. For list, see page xv.
Book call no.: 940.542 S661u

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Battle of Midway

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Karig, Walter and others. Battle Report. ਍ഀ New York, Farrar & Rinehart, 1944-1952. 6 vols.
Volume 3: Pacific War - ਍ഀ Middle Phase, p 37.
Book call no.: 940.545 K14b v.3

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The Marshall Cavendish Illustrated Encyclopedia of ਍ഀ World War II, by Eddy Bauer and others. New York, Marshall Cavendish, ਍ഀ 1985. 12 vols.
Volume Four: See pages 952-953.
Book call no.: ਍ഀ 940.53 M367 v.4

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Mitchell, Joseph Brady and Creasy, Edward S. Twenty ਍ഀ Decisive Battles of the World. New York, Macmillan, 1964. 365 p.
਍ഀ Provides revision of Sir Edward S. Creasy's Fifteen Decisive Battles of the ਍ഀ World. Especially note map on page 309.
Book call no.: 355.48 C912f ਍ഀ 1964

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Pimlott, John. The Historical Atlas of World War II. ਍ഀ New York, H. Holt, 1995. 224 p.
Map page 125.
Book call no.: ਍ഀ 940.5420223 P644h

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Smurthwaite, David. The Pacific War Atlas, 1941-1945. ਍ഀ New York, Facts on File, 1995. 141 p.
See pages 69, 72-73 and 75-77.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.5426 S666p

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Stephen, Martin. Sea Battles in Close-Up: World War ਍ഀ 2. Annapolis, MD, Naval Institute Press, 1988. 224 p.
Offers ਍ഀ charts and drawings. Especially note pages 160-161, 164, and 170.
਍ഀ Book call no.: 940.545 S829s

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