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Shattered Sword: The Untold Story of the Battle of Midway
by Jonathan Parshall & Anthony Tully
Hardcover, 640 pages / Published 2005
Told largely from the Japanese point of view, and based on Japanese primary sources, Shattered Sword wipes the cobwebs of myth away from one of the most famous battles in history. Meticously researched, engagingly written, and augmented with illuminating graphics, "Shattered Sword" is a major contribution to the study of the Pacific War.
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Crossing the Line: A Blue Jacket's World War II Odyssey
by Alvin Kernan
Paperback, 173 pages / Published 2005
The author, a Wyoming native, served in Enterprise in the first months of the war and later in 1943, as well as in Hornet CV-8 and other vessels, for the full duration of the war. An engaging and unassuming personal memoir, Crossing The Line includes a powerful, first-hand account of the first night fighter mission flown from Enterprise. Click here for more info.

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Books About Enterprise

U.S.S. Enterprise (CV-6), The Most Decorated Ship of World War II: A Pictorial History
by Steven Ewing
Paperback / Published 1982
A complete, concise account of Enterprise's 20-year history, from keel laying to war to scrapping. Packed with pictures, both well known and rarely seen. Very popular with Enterprise admirers, and deservedly so. Click here for more info.

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