By Jules Archer,Alex Kershaw
In the autumn of 1941, on the age of twenty-six, Jules Archer joined the united states defense force. a number of months later, he joined MacArthur as a member of the small activity strength being despatched to New Guinea.
With reliable cause to not anticipate to come back alive, Archer and his troop have been plunged right into a new type of struggle. They fought in a jungle between a primitive Melanesian humans, a few tribes of which have been headhunters. for almost 4 years they persevered within the far away jungle. this is often an within examine one of many lesser-known tales of 1 of the worst wars the realm has recognized. It’s a narrative of the absurdities, fears, camaraderie, or even humor of lifestyles as a wartime solider.
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Jungle Fighters: A Firsthand Account of the Forgotten New Guinea Campaign (Jules Archer History for Young Readers) by Jules Archer,Alex Kershaw