LONLY VIGIL COASTWATCHERS OF THE SOLOMONS

By: Lord, Walter

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LONLY VIGIL COASTWATCHERS OF THE SOLOMONS by Lord, Walter
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The Viking Press, New York 1977 1st Edition. This is a great story - largely untold - of the Pacific War. It is the first complete account of the Coastwatchers of the Solomon's, that remarkable band of individualists who operated deep behind Japanese lines in the dark days of 1942 - 1943. Living by their wits, with the help of friendly natives, they gave us our best intelligence, rescued our downed flyers, saved our men from their sinking ships - including John F. Kennedy's PT109. Profusely illustrated with maps and contemporary photographs. Quarter bound in green cloth and paper covered end boards. Original dust covers. Sunbleached covers. 322pp. 240 x 160 mm

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