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USS Edsall Book Review Published at CombinedFleet.com

27 Mar 2009

Anthony Tully, a contributor at the "Imperial Japanese Navy Page", has just published his review of Don Kehn's book A Blue Sea of Blood. Please follow the link in the previous sentence to check out what he has to say about this book! Anthony is also the author of Battle of Surigao Strait and co-author of the definitive work Shattered Sword on the Battle of Midway.

The Imperial Japanese Navy Page, aka. Combinedfleet.com, is a partner site of WW2DB. Its founder, Jonathan Parshall, is the other half Shattered Sword. He has provided much guidance in the early months of WW2DB. WW2DB's founder, C. Peter Chen, is a staff member of the Imperial Japanese Navy Page.

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