History Literature / HistoryOfUSNavalOperationsInWorldWarII

19th Aug '16 8:09:58 PM Doug86
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* EarthIsABattlefield: It's WorldWarII, so this is on par the course of the books.

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* EarthIsABattlefield: It's WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, so this is on par the course of the books.
18th Aug '16 6:31:34 PM Rmpdc
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* BadassBookworm: Samuel

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* BadassBookworm: SamuelSamuel.



* EarthIsABattlefield

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* EarthIsABattlefieldEarthIsABattlefield: It's WorldWarII, so this is on par the course of the books.



* UsefulNotes/WorldWarII: Duh.

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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarII: Duh. While the main focus is, of course, in the Pacific, the Atlantic and Mediterranean theaters also get some focus in their respective books.
18th Aug '16 6:26:29 PM Rmpdc
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the_two_ocean_war_tp.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350: And this is just the abridged version.]]
3rd Jul '16 7:11:58 PM Doug86
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* TropeCodifier: One of the first WorldWarII naval histories and still refered to. If WorldWarII naval history was [[SeriousBusiness a religion]] then this would be its [[SacredScripture "Bible".]]

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* TropeCodifier: One of the first WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII naval histories and still refered to. If WorldWarII World War II naval history was [[SeriousBusiness a religion]] then this would be its [[SacredScripture "Bible".]]



* WorldWarII: Duh.

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* WorldWarII: UsefulNotes/WorldWarII: Duh.
29th May '16 8:17:33 PM Rmpdc
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* BigBookOfWar

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* BigBookOfWarBigBookOfWar: And a whopping ''[[UpToEleven fifteen]]'' of them, in fact.


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* {{Eagleland}}: ''Strong'' case of Type 1.
29th May '16 8:12:37 PM Rmpdc
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* SemperFi

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* SemperFiSemperFi: The USMC naturally is mentioned in several entries, due to their involvement in several land battles the Navy supported.



* StuffBlowingUp

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* StuffBlowingUpStuffBlowingUp: Ships mostly, but there's also planes and artillery shells.



* WorldWarII

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* WorldWarIIWorldWarII: Duh.
28th Jul '15 6:39:32 PM Rmpdc
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* SemperF

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* SemperFSemperFi
28th Jul '15 6:39:02 PM Rmpdc
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* SemperFi

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* SemperFiSemperF



* [[YanksWithTanks Yanks With Carriers]]: Of course, given that it's a history of the United States Navy at war.

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* [[YanksWithTanks Yanks With Carriers]]: Carriers, Battleships, Cruisers, and Destroyers]]: Of course, given that it's a history of the United States Navy at war.
27th Jul '14 9:38:21 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* BackedByThePentagon: Naturally. Morrison was given a high level of access to the US Navy, and commissioned into the US Naval Reserve. Technically speaking, however, because the Navy did not commission this project [[note]]it was Morrison's idea, which he presented to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt[[/note]], it is not an official history per se. (In practice, however, it's pretty much regarded by everyone as ''the'' history of the World War 2 US Navy.)

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Tropes include:
* BackedByThePentagon: Naturally. Morrison was given a high level of access to the US Navy, and commissioned into the US Naval Reserve. Technically speaking, however, because the Navy did not commission this project [[note]]it was Morrison's idea, which he presented to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt[[/note]], it is not an official history per se. (In practice, however, it's pretty much regarded by everyone as ''the'' history of the World War 2 US Navy.)
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* BeamMeUpScotty: Morison invented the term "Long Lance" for the famous Type 93 torpedo, not the Japanese. The term was so evocative, it stuck.
2nd Feb '14 10:46:07 PM WildGoose
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* BackedByThePentagon: Naturally. Morrison was given a high level of access to the US Navy, and commissioned into the US Naval Reserve. Technically speaking, however, because the Navy did not commission this project (it was Morrison's idea, which he presented to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt), it is not an official history per se. (In practice, however, it's pretty much regarded as ''the'' history of the World War 2 US Navy.)

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* BackedByThePentagon: Naturally. Morrison was given a high level of access to the US Navy, and commissioned into the US Naval Reserve. Technically speaking, however, because the Navy did not commission this project (it [[note]]it was Morrison's idea, which he presented to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt), Roosevelt[[/note]], it is not an official history per se. (In practice, however, it's pretty much regarded by everyone as ''the'' history of the World War 2 US Navy.)
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