Books by Bruce Gamble

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Award-winning historian Bruce Gamble began his career as an author of critically acclaimed World War II true accounts in 1998 when he published The Black Sheep with Presidio Press. A medically retired Naval Flight Officer, he has been featured in documentaries produced by the History Channel, Fox News Channel, PBS, and the Pritzker Military Library.

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Invasion Rabaul: The Epic Story of Lark Force, the Forgotten Garrison, January ? July 1942
by Bruce Gamble
The riveting first book in Bruce Gamble's critically acclaimed Rabaul trilogy, originally published in hardcover as Darkest Hour , which chronicles the longest battle of World War II. January 23, 1942, New Britain. It was 2:30 a.m., the darkest hour of the day and, for the tiny Australian garrison sent to defend this Southwest Pacific...
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Target: Rabaul: The Allied Siege of Japan's Most Infamous Stronghold, March 1943 ? August 1945
by Bruce Gamble
As the final book in Bruce Gamble’s esteemed trilogy on the War in the Pacific, Target: Rabaul picks up where Fortress Rabaul, the second installment, leaves off—and sets the stage for the major Allied aerial engagements of 1943–1954, which would result in the defeat of Japan.March 1943, Washington, D.C.: Major General George Kenney...
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Fortress Rabaul: The Battle for the Southwest Pacific, January 1942-April 1943
by Bruce Gamble
For most of World War II, the mention of Japan's island stronghold sent shudders through thousands of Allied airmen. Some called it “Fortress Rabaul,” an apt name for the headquarters of the Imperial Japanese forces in the Southwest Pacific. Author Bruce Gamble chronicles Rabaul’s crucial role in Japanese operations in the Southwest...
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The Black Sheep: The Definitive History of Marine Fighting Squadron 214 in World War II
by Bruce Gamble
With their renowned squadron leader Greg “Pappy” Boyington, Marine Fighting Squadron (VMF) 214 was one of the best-known and most colorful combat units of World War II. The popular television series Baa Baa Black Sheep added to their legend—while obscuring the truly remarkable combat record of the Black Sheep and Boyington. A...
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Black Sheep One: The Life of Gregory Pappy Boyington
by Bruce Gamble
Black Sheep One is the first biography of legendary warrior and World War II hero Gregory Boyington. In 1936, Boyington became an aviation cadet and earned the “wings of gold” of a naval aviator. After only a short period on active duty, however, he was “encouraged” to resign from the Marine Corps due to his unconventional behavior....
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Swashbucklers and Black Sheep: A Pictorial History of Marine Fighting Squadron 214 in World War II
by Bruce Gamble
“A stunning portrait of incredibly courageous men and their awesome flying machines.”—Alex Kershaw, author of The Few Marine Fighting Squadron (VMF) 214 is the world’s most famous fighter squadron. Its second wartime squadron commander was the legendary Greg “Pappy” Boyington. Boyington and the squadron were the loose inspiration...
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