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

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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  - John Rasmussen - Goodreads

a very clear historical study showing the activities and problems that lead to the attack on Pearl Harbor and the aftermath. every person should read this to understand the errors that lead to WWII Read full review

Contents

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