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Bloody Peleliu: Unavoidable Yet Unnecessary
Bibliography
by Jeremy Gypton

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Moran, Jim and Rottman, Gordon L., Peleliu 1944: The Forgotten Corner of Hell. Oxford: Osprey Publishing Ltd., 2003.

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