Infamy: Pearl Harbor and its aftermath

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Doubleday Publishing, 1982 - History - 366 pages
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Investigates the military, political, and historical ramifications of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, examining the unpreparedness of the United States, the cover-up following the disaster, and other important aspects of the attack and its effects

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Review: Infamy: Pearl Harbor and Its Aftermath

User Review  - Murray - Goodreads

John Toland, whose book on Hitler remains one of the most gripping studies of the rise of a charismatic monster, tells the story of Pearl Harbour. At the end you realsie it was most likely allowed to ... Read full review

Review: Infamy: Pearl Harbor and Its Aftermath

User Review  - David - Goodreads

Detailed account of the investigations on who was to blame for the surprise in the surprise attack on Pearl Harbior. A bit too thorough for this casual reader. Gives one an idea of how utterly corrupt FDR was in achieving his ends, in this case, war with the Axis. Read full review

Contents

How Did They Catch Us with Our Pants Down
13
Some Admiral or Some General in the Pacific May
28
Settle Yourself in a Quiet Nook Somewhere and
43
Copyright

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John Toland is the author of two novels and twelve previous John Toland is the author of two novels and twelve previous works of nonfiction, including the best-selling "Adolf Hitleworks of nonfiction, including the best-selling "Adolf Hitler" and "Infamy, " and the Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Risingr" and "Infamy, " and the Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Rising Sun." Sun.

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