A Companion to the Forgotten War Series
Blaine Cornelison, Research Assistant
This book is a continuation of the Forgotten War series. Featuring all new material, its emphasis is on personal stories of the participants in World War Two In Alaska and Northwest Canada. Hundreds of black-and-white and color photos and memorabilia are included in chapters covering such topics as highway and pipeline constructions, Lend-Lease to Russia, transportation, Dutch Harbor, aviation and naval activities, civilian contractors, the Kuriles, the Battle of Attu, the American and Canadian occupation of Kiska, the legacy of the war, and much more. This book should interest anyone who lives or lived in Alaska as well as those who are interested in World War Two.
296 pages, 8.5 x 11, paperback
Pictorial Histories, and Imprint of Mountain Press