Our jungle road to tokyo first published in 1950 is the world war two memoir of us army lt general robert eichelbergereichelberger served as a commander under general douglas macarthur in the pacific from the early days of the war in new guinea to the to the recapture of the philippines in 1944 45 and on to the occupation of japan after the war. Finished our jungle road to tokyo by robert l eichelberger a lieutenant general in ww2 it is a detailed account of the island by island pacific campaign with the benefit of hindsight we imagine that the outcome of the war in the pacific was never at issue. Our jungle road to tokyo is not merely an account of military operations as eichelberger also comments on australian american relations through the pacific campaign mrs roosevelts visit to the troops the daily life of his men how they survived the inhospitable jungles of the pacific islands and the realities of the military occupation . It seems that he was always in the shadow of some of the most mighty men of history such as macarthur and halsey the jungle road to tokyo was a long and hard fought battle from its very onset the solomons the philippines and japan itself all got a taste of what an american soldier can and will do when required. Robert eichelberger is the author of our jungle road to tokyo 483 avg rating 6 ratings 0 reviews published 2014 dear miss em 00 avg rating 0 ra
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