Sea of Thunder

Sea of Thunder by Evan Thomas is about World War II naval combat in the South Pacific, focusing on the Battle of Leyte Gulf. The story is told through the eyes of two Japanese and two US officers, and shows how stereotypes helped shape pivotal battle decisions.

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