Doing a few WWII memoirs. Just finished "With the Old Breed" by EB Sledge (great name for a Marine). He volunteered for the USMC in '44 out of an officer's candidate program since he thought it would take too long. He received a PhD, became a biology professor and wrote this in his later years. Straightforward and often horrific memoir of his time on Peleliu and Okinawa. Very simply a view of war from an infantryman's point of view. There's almost no discussion of the bigger picture, simply what's going on withing fifty meters in front of and on both sides of him. Picked up 'With the Jocks' and 'Goodbye Darkness'--the later I've seen all over but never read though I remember reading his MacArthur bio years ago, the first not as common here in the U.S. I think. Great reviews for both everywhere; any opinions from any who've read them?