World War II: 1939-1945
 
Go to Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal: History of U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II, vol. 1. LtCol Frank O. Hough, USMCR. Maj Verle E. Ludwig, USMC, and Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1958. 439 pp.
Go to Isolation of Rabaul: History of U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II, vol. 2. Henry I. Shaw, Jr., and Maj Douglas T. Kane, USMC. 1963. 632 pp.
Go to Central Pacific Drive: History of U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II, vol. 3. Henry I. Shaw, Jr., Bernard C. Nalty, and Edwin T. Turnbladh. 1966. 685 pp.
Go to Western Pacific Operations: History of U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II, vol. 4. George W. Garand and Truman R. Strobridge. 1971. 848 pp.
Go to Victory and Occupation: U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II, vol 5. Benis M. Frank and Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1968. 945 pp.
Go to Thomas Holcomb and the Advent of the Marine Corps Defense Battalion, 1936-1941. David J. Ulbrich. 2004. 78
Go to Silk Chutes and Hard Fighting: U.S. Marine Corps Parachute Units in World War II. LtCol Jon T. Hoffman, USMCR. 1999. 38 pp.
Go to From Shanghai to Corregidor: Marines in the Defense of the Philippines. J. Michael Miller. 1997. 44 pp.
Go to And a Few Marines: Marines in the Liberation of the Philippines. Capt John C. Chapin. USMC (Ret). 1997. 28 pp.
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Go to Top of the Ladder: Marine Operations North Solomons. Capt John C. Chapin. USMC (Ret). 1997. 32 pp.
Go to Bloody Beaches: The Marines at Peleliu. BGen Gordon D. Gayle. USMC (Ret). 1996. 48 pp.
Go to Condition Red: Marine Defense Battalions in World War II. Maj Charles D. Melson. USMC (Ret). 1996. 32 pp.
Go to The Final Campaign: Marines in the Victory on Okinawa. Col Joseph H. Alexander. USMC (Ret). 1996. 52 pp.
Go to From Makin to Bougainville: Marine Raiders in the Pacific War. Maj Jon T. Hoffman. USMCR. 1995. 40 pp.
Go to Breaching the Marianas: The Battle for Saipan. Capt John C. Chapin. USMCR (Ret). 1994. 36 pp.
Go to Breaking the Outer Ring: Marine Landings in the Marshall Islands. Capt John C. Chapin. USMCR (Ret). 1994. 28 pp.
Go to A Close Encounter: The Marine Landing on Tinian. Richard Harwood. 1994. 32 pp.
Go to A Different War: Marines in Europe and North Africa. LtCol Harry W. Edwards, USMC (Ret). 1994. 32 pp.
Go to Cape Gloucester: The Green Inferno. Bernard C. Nalty. 1994. 32 pp.
Go to Closing In: Marines in the Seizure of Iwo Jima. Col Joseph H. Alexander. USMC (Ret). 1994. 52 pp.
Go to The Right to Fight: African-American Marines in World War II. Bernard C. Nalty 1995. 28 pp.
Go to Free A Marine to Fight: Women Marines in World War II. Col Mary V. Stremlow. USMCR. 1994. 40 pp.
Go to Liberation: Marines in the Recapture of Guam. Cyril J. O'Brien. 1994. 44 pp.
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Across the Reef: The Marine Assault of Tarawa. Col Joseph H. Alexander, USMC (Ret). 1993. 52 pp.

Go to Time of the Aces: Marine Pilots in the Solomons, 1942-1944. Cdr Peter B. Mersky. U.S. Naval Reserve. 1993. 40 pp.
Go to Up the Slot: Marines in the Central Solomons. Maj Charles D. Melson, USMC (Ret). 1993. 36 pp.
Go to A Magnificent Fight: Marines in the Battle For Wake Island. Robert J. Cressman. 1992. 36 pp.
Go to The Development of Amphibious Tactics in the U.S. Navy. Gen Holland M. Smith, USMC (Ret). Foreword by BGen Edwin H. Simmons, USMC (Ret). Occasional Paper. 1992. 92 pp.
Go to First Offensive: The Marine Campaign for Guadalcanal. Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1992. 52 pp.
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Infamous Day: Marines at Pearl Harbor 7 December 1941. Robert J. Cressman and J. Michael Wenger. 1992. 32 pp.

Go to Outpost in the Atlantic: Marines in the Defense of Iceland, 1941-1942. Col James A. Donovan, Jr., USMC (Ret). 1992. 32 pp.
Go to Opening Moves: Marines Gear Up for War. Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1991. 24 pp.
Go to Herringbone Cloak--GI Dagger, Marines of the OSS. Maj Robert E. Mattingly, USMC. Occasional Paper. 1989. 315 pp.
Go to To Wake Island and Beyond: Reminiscences. BGen Woodrow M. Kessler, USMC (Ret). Occasional Paper. 1988. 145 pp.
Go to Special Marine Corps Units of World War II. Charles L. Updegraph, Jr. 1972. 1977 reprint. 105 pp.
Go to Marine Corps Women's Reserve in World War II. Maj Pat Meid, USMCR. 1964. 99 pp. 1968 rev. ed. 98 pp.
Go to 76 Hours: Tarawa. HQMC (PAO). 1968. 22 pp.
Go to The United States Marines in the Battle for Iwo Jima. Bernard C. Nalty. 1962. 10 pp. 1967 rev. ed. 29 pp. Retitled "The United States Marines on Iwo Jima: The Battle and the Flag Raisings." Reprinted 1970. 1995 rev. ed. 30 pp.
Go to The United States Marines in Iceland, 1941-1942. Maj Marvin L. Brown, Jr., USMCR. 1961. 17 pp. LtCol Kenneth J. Clifford, USMCR. 1970 rev. ed. 22 pp.
Go to The United States Marines in the Gilberts Campaign. Bernard C. Nalty. 1961. 9 pp.
Go to The United States Marines in the Guadalcanal Campaign. Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1961. 1962 rev. ed. 14 pp. 1969 reprint. 14 pp.
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Go to The United States Marines in the Occupation of Japan. Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1961. 34 pp. 1962 rev. ed. 29 pp. 1969 reprint. 34 pp.
Go to The United States Marines in North China, 1945-1949. Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1960. 29 pp. 1962 rev. ed. 36 pp. 1968 reprint.
Go to Hold High the Torch: A History of the 4th Marines. Kenneth W. Condit and Edwin T. Turnbladh. 1960. 458 pp.
Go to Marine Corps Ground Training in World War II. Kenneth W. Condit, Gerald Diamond, and Edwin T. Turnbladh. 1956. 353 pp.
Go to Okinawa: Victory in the Pacific. Maj Charles S. Nichols, Jr., USMC, and Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1955. 332 pp.
Go to Iwo Jima: Amphibious Epic. LtCol Whitman S. Bartley, USMC. 1954. 253 pp.
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The Marshalls: Increasing the Tempo. LtCol Robert D. Heinl, Jr., USMC, and LtCol John A. Crown, USMC. 1954. 188 pp.
Go to The Recapture of Guam. Maj O.R. Lodge, USMC. 1954. 214 pp.
Go to The Campaign on New Britain. LtCol Frank O. Hough, USMCR, and Maj John A. Crown, USMCR. 1952. 220 pp.
Go to Marines in the Central Solomons. Maj John N. Rentz, USMCR. 1952. 186 pp.
Go to Marine Aviation in the Philippines. Maj Charles W. Boggs, Jr., USMC. 1951. 166 pp.
Go to The Seizure of Tinian. Maj Carl W. Hoffman, USMC. 1951. 169 pp.
Go to The Assault on Peleliu. Maj Frank O. Hough, USMCR. 1950. 209 pp.
Go to Saipan: The Beginning of the End. Maj Carl W. Hoffman, USMC, 1950. 286 pp.
Go to The Guadalcanal Campaign. Maj John L. Zimmerman, USMCR. 1949. 189 pp.
Go to Bougainville and the Northern Solomons. Maj John N. Rentz, USMCR. 1948. 166 pp.
Go to Marines at Midway. LtCol Robert D. Heinl, Jr., USMC. 1948. 56 app.
Go to The Battle for Tarawa. Capt James R. Stockman, USMC. 1947. 86 pp.
Go to The Defense of Wake. LtCol Robert D. Heinl, Jr., USMC. 1947. 76pp.
Go to Campaign for the Marianas. Maj Philips D. Carleton, USMCR and Capt James R. Stockman, USMC. 1946. 131 pp.
Go to The Conquest of Okinawa: An Account of the The Sixth Marine Division. Maj Philips D. Carleton, USMCR. 1946. 129 pp.
Go to The First Marine Brigade (Provisional), Iceland. John L. Zimmerman. 1946. 18 pp.
Go to The First Marine Division on Okinawa: 1 April-30 June 1945. Capt James R. Stockman, USMC. 1946. 79 pp.
Go to The Iwo Jima Operation. Capt Clifford P. Morehouse, USMCR. 1946. 174 pp.
Go to The Fifth Marine Division in World War II. 1stLt John C. Chapin, USMC. 1945. 26 pp.
Go to The Fourth Marine Division in World War II. 1stLt John C. Chapin, USMC. 1945. 1974 rev. ed. 1976 reprint. 89 pp.
Go to Guadalcanal Campaign, August 1942 to February 1943. 1945. 98 pp.
Go to The Liberation of Guam. HQMC (PA). 1969. 22 pp.
 
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