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Penguin Books, Melbourne, 1995. softcover, 8 1/4" x 5 1/2'. Book in AS NEW condition. 34 b&w photographs. In 1944 Denis Warner was an Australian war correspondent with the American forces in the Pacific. He survived a kamikaze attack on the allied fleet, and flew on the first superfortress raid over Tokyo; later landing with the marines and saw the devastation of Hiroshima & Nagasaki. He witnessed the end of French rule in Indo-China and the inevitable beginning of American involvement in Vietnam. A vibrant account of two decades of turbulant change in Asia. Publisher's card inserted.