Defending the Driniumor: Covering Force Operations in the New Guinea, 1944

Defending the Driniumor: Covering Force Operations in the New Guinea, 1944

by Edward J. Drea, Combat Studies Combat Studies Institute
     
 

Originally published in 1984, this a volume in the Combat Studies Institute "Leavenworth Papers" series. On the night of 10-11 July, several thousand Japanese infantrymen attack and broke through U.S. Army covering force units defending the Driniumor River about twenty miles east of Aitape, New Guinea. For the next month U.S. army troops were locked in a battle of… See more details below

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Originally published in 1984, this a volume in the Combat Studies Institute "Leavenworth Papers" series. On the night of 10-11 July, several thousand Japanese infantrymen attack and broke through U.S. Army covering force units defending the Driniumor River about twenty miles east of Aitape, New Guinea. For the next month U.S. army troops were locked in a battle of attrition with the Japanese, as the Americans fought to restore the breakthrough line and destroy the Japanese attackers. This study describes the events leading up to the Japanese breakthrough and the subsequent American counterattack to restore the original defensive positions. Include photos. maps, tables.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781780392653
Publisher:
Books Express Publishing
Publication date:
03/01/2011
Pages:
196
Product dimensions:
9.69(w) x 7.44(h) x 0.42(d)

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