Facing Fearful Odds: The Siege of Wake Island

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Abbreviations
USMC U.S. Marine CorpsUSN U.S. NavyIJN Imperial Japanese Navy
ABC-1, 113
Abe, Himkai, 429
Adak, 48
Adams (Contractor), 303
Advanced Base Force, USMC, 189-90
Ady, Howard, 397-98, 440-41
Agar, Paul R., 228, 229
Air Group 6, USN, 161, 174, 176
Akagi (aircraft carrier), 523
Alamo: compared to Wake defense, 10, 527, 553, 579 n.25
Aleutian Islands, 48
All Quiet on the Western Front (Remarque), 388
American Volunteer Group (Flying Tigers), 148, 226
Anderson, John B., 231
Ando, Akira, 331-32
Andrews, Frank M., 47
Aoba (cruiser), 256, 337, 351, 426-27, 452, 526
Arizona (battleship), 408, 429, 434, 435
Arno, 419
Arnold, Henry H., 123-24
Arthur, Robert O., 178, 245, 266, 377
Arthur Foss (tugboat), 378-79
Asamu Maru (transport), 544
Asanagi (destroyer), 427
Astoria (cruiser), 416, 420, 442, 518
Atlantic Fleet, USN, 113
atrocities: in China, 282, 389-90; on Wake, 536, 544; on Nitta Maru, 544-45
Ausland, W. M., 481
Avocet (seaplane tender), 170
Aylwin (destroyer), 414
Babcock, G. Stanton, 528
Bagley (destroyer), 416, 420
Bailey, Vincent W., 544
Baily, John A., 200, 214
Baldwin, Hanson W., 557
Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 26
Barge PAB No. 7, 411
Barnes, James E., 274, 498
Barnett, Ed, 206
Barninger, Clarence A., 203, 205, 208, 215, 219, 228, 236, 252, 275, 278, 289, 294, 300, 318, 321, 322-23, 324, 327, 349, 350, 376-77, 380, 387, 390, 395, 398, 403, 405, 406, 433, 434, 436, 446, 507, 525, 534, 536, 566, 572; routs Yubari, 325-27; reacts to enemy landing, 493-94; and Cunningham-Devereux Controversy, 561-62, 563, 568
Base Camp. SeeCamp 1
Base Defense School, USMC, 131, 191, 215-16
Base Detachment, Naval Air Station Wake Island, USN. SeeTask Group 9.2
Bataan Death March, 543
Bayler, Walter L. J., 155-56, 172-73,

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