At dawn we slept: the untold story of Pearl Harbor

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McGraw-Hill, 1981 - History - 873 pages
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This authentic record of the planning and execution of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and its impact on American culture tells about Americans as a people and American leadership, thoughts and actions

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Review: At Dawn We Slept: The Untold Story of Pearl Harbor

User Review  - George Nap - Goodreads

A work that consumed thirty years of the author's life (not to the exclusion of other books or works, though). As an Army officer in postwar Japan and later as a college history professor, Prange had ... Read full review

Review: At Dawn We Slept: The Untold Story of Pearl Harbor

User Review  - Tony - Goodreads

Too much detail for me, I'm afraid, so I had to stop and move on. I don't really want to know that Colonel so-and-so had a square jaw and twinkling blue eyes. Read full review

Contents

PRELUDE 1 Cancer of the Pacific
3
On a Moonlight Night or at Dawn
9
Difficult but Not Impossible
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Copyright

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