Go for Broke: A Pictorial History of the Japanese American 100th Infantry Battalion and the 442d Regimental Combat Team

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GO FOR BROKE
A Pictorial History of the Japanese American
100th Infantry Battalion and the 442d Regimental Combat Team

By
Chester Tanaka

PRESIDIO

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page i
  • Dedication iii
  • Author's Note v
  • The Distinguished Service Cross vi
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Go for Broke 1
  • Introduction 1
  • Where It All Began 3
  • The Birth of the 100th Infantry Battalion 13
  • The Birth of the 442d Combat Team 17
  • The 100th in Italy: Salerno to Foggia 26
  • Action at Volturno River 35
  • Attack on Cassino 39
  • Next Stop: Anzio 44
  • The 442d Prepares for Combat 48
  • The 100th Joins the 442d 51
  • 100/442 Makes a Social Call in Belvedere 52
  • The Anti-Tank Co. and the Southern France Campaign 64
  • Crossing the Arno River 68
  • Winning the Rome-Arno Campaign 73
  • Rhineland Campaign -- Vosges 74
  • Attack on Bruyeres 75
  • Biffontaine 88
  • The "Lost Battalion" 90
  • The Champagne Campaign 106
  • Meanwhile, Back at the Queen's Bar in Nice 110
  • 522d Field Artillery Moves to Central European Theater 113
  • The 522d Opens the Gate to Dachau 117
  • The Po Valley Campaign 119
  • Medal of Honor 123
  • Machine Gun Battalion Kesselring 126
  • On to Carrara 128
  • The End of the Line 136
  • Said Hitler to Kesselring 138
  • Peace at Last 142
  • Spit-And-Polish 150
  • To the Victor Belongs? 162
  • Keep Up the Fight 170
  • References 172
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