The Pritzker Military Library Presents

6 Apr 2012

On 29 Mar 2012, Jim Bresnahan hosted a panel discussion about the Pacific War, focusing on the "what if" scenarios surrounding the war's key events. The panel consisted of renowned historians Jon Parshall (of WW2DB partner site, Elliot Carlson, and John Lundstrom. To watch the video, please visit Pritzker Military Library's website.

Jim Bresnahan authored Refighting the Pacific War, which was released in Aug 2011. The book contains contributions from several historians, veterans, and other enthusiasts of military history, including WW2DB's founder and managing editor C. Peter Chen. For more information about the book, please visit

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1. rosalnda dominguez-howard says:
1 Nov 2012 02:00:03 PM

this was very informative,my father passed away and i'm looking for information on the pacific war.he was in the navy. thank you writing your book i will read it. from a greatful daughter.
2. virginia harrison says:
24 Nov 2012 04:20:15 AM

I am looking for a picture that I saw in the naval museaum in pencicola florida. It was witht the Enterprise exibit. It was the men laying on the deck. I have seen one of a large group of men. This was a smaller group that had one man lying facing up. This was my father and my family would love to be able to see this picture. any help you can give me to help me find this picture would be a true blessing. Thank you in advance for any help. Virginia Harrison

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