Australia's Battle For Survival in World War II
by Roland Perry
Hachette, 2012, b/w plates, illustrated end-papers, hardcover, dustjacket, ISBN 9780733627040
Fine Condition, minor edge and shelf wear to dustjacket
'In Pacific 360 the story unfolds from all perspectives. It takes you inside the horror of Australian POW camps in Changi, along the Thai-Burma Railway and into the muddy hell of the Kokoda Track; it looks behind the scenes at the mobilizing on the home front and reveals the plans of some in the Japanese High Command to invade Australia; it delves into the relationship between the Australian government and General Douglas MacArthur and uncovers the tensions and delights caused by the presence of the million US service men stationed here.'