CMH Pub. 4-2. By Stetson Conn, et al. Discusses the deployment and operations of the Army forces in defense of the continental United States and its outposts, from the Aleutians through Hawaii to the Galapagos in the Pacific, from Iceland through Bermuda to Trinidad in the Atlantic, and the Panama Canal. Also includes three chapters on the "evacuation" of Japanese Americans from California, Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii, and Arizona. L.C. card 62-600067. Item 345.
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Keywords: united states army WWII, continental U.S. defense WWII, japanese americans WWII
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- Conn, Stetson
- 1964: 611 p.; ill., 4 maps. 1989-repr.
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- Center of Military History Publication 4 2Military HistoryArmy HistoryGuarding the United States and Its OutpostsWorld War 2AlaskaHawaiiJapanese Americans
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