Infamy: Pearl Harbor and its aftermath

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Berkley, Feb 1, 1983 - History - 397 pages
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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

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Yes, the United States did foresee war with Japan during WWII. Admiral JO Richardson: The admiral said he was going to tell a story that the lieutenant could regard as a parable. "Assume", Richardson ... Read full review


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

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