Mothers' darlings of the South Pacific : the children of indigenous women and U.S. servicemen, World War II /
Over the course of World War II, two million American military personnel occupied bases throughout the South Pacific, leaving behind a human legacy of at least 4,000 children born to indigenous mothers. Based on interviews conducted with many of these American-indigenous children and several survivi...
University of Hawaiʻi Press,
Skillman Lower Level
DU28.1.P25 M68 2016
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