The Battle of Leyte Gulf – Part 2 — Subli

The messages from the Dace and the Darter, warning of the advance of Kurita’s fleet, began arriving in Flag Plot aboard USS New Jersey at 6:20 am on Oct. 23. Halsey and his staff pondered the significance of the sightings by the two submarines. Halsey was not the only fleet commander tracking the Japanese movements. […]

via The Battle of Leyte Gulf – Part 2 — Subli.

Part 1 can be found here, published on October 27, 2019 – Battle of Leyte Gulf – Part 1:

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6 Responses to The Battle of Leyte Gulf – Part 2 — Subli

  1. SCLMRose says:

    Thanks for the pingback. I do appreciate it very much.

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    • You are welcome. Been wanting to re-blog the battle, but some bloggers were so detailed or technical on it that I got bored reading the posts. Your two posts kept my interest.

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      • SCLMRose says:

        Thanks for your kind words. There are so many written accounts on the battle but I tried to keep it as concise as I can possibly do. Glad to hear you like them.

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      • I like concise. There are times where verbose works well, but many times it’s overdone as someone is repeating themselves to hammer home a point. I did a post about a blogger who loves to write 10,000+ words posts. When I go looking for one of their posts, I enter the blog name into WordPress Reader as they don’t truncate posts or limit how many posts show up / page.

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  2. SCLMRose says:

    10,000 words? I’ll give up reading a third of the way. Only lawyers write a long winded brief. Why they call it brief, I have no clue since they are always too long. Someone told me they were originally paid by the number of words they wrote. Someone also advised me when I started writing to be brief, concise and to the point. I try to stick to that rule.

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