Pearl Harbor: The Verdict of History
Penguin Books, 1991 - History - 699 pages
This book examines the underlying causes of Pearl Harbor and the revisionist theories that Roosevelt and other high officials knew about the attack. 'Pearl Harbor' uncovers the secret roles played by the president, his cabinet secretaries, admirals, and generals in the weeks before the attack. Based on more than forty years of research, extensive interviews, and an insider's knowledge of the military, this book poses a new theory of America's entry into the Pacific War.
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A few of his remarks concerning the intercepted Japanese messages and other
intelligence items deserve comment because they are typical of certain
misapprehensions on these subjects . “ There was seldom any information of
direct military ...
The value of a military staff meeting was in direct proportion to the interest and
capability of the commander concerned . It was up to him whether such a
conference became a productive forum for the exchange of information and ideas
, or ...
Nor do the dispatches designate M - day , nor do they direct total or partial
execution of the Rainbow plan . . . . None of the dispatches to Pearl Harbor gave
sufficient information upon which evaluations could be made and all evaluations
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The previous book “At Dawn We Slept” was a re-creation of the apocalyptic events of December 7, 1941. This provocative sequel delves even further to examine the underlying causes of Pearl Harbor and ... Read full review
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Prange's twin volumes offer everything you always wanted to know about Pearl Harbor but were afraid to ask, plus pictures! Together, these tomes comprise an exhaustive study of the day that will live ... Read full review
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