In bitter cold and ripping wind, in the raging tempest of the Bering Sea, World War II’s only military campaign on American soil was fought. The islands there were an unbroken chain of stepping stones between the two homelands, and if the Japanese took Alaska, her planes would be only hours away from the great Boeing bomber plants in Seattle and the Bremerton Puget Sound naval shipyards. With 32 Pages of photos. VG-dedication inside cover to owner. New York, N.Y., 1978 Ballantine Books 5th Pr.,405 Pgs., Mass Market Paperback.