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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User Review  - joeythelemur - LibraryThing

An incredibly detailed and unique look at a defining moment of the 20th century. Never before have WWII buffs had such an insight into the Day of Infamy, particularly in being able to view the lead up ... Read full review

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User Review  - antiquary - LibraryThing

Gopod as a solid work that discounts some of the more outrageous conspiracy theories. Never attribute to malice what is adequately explained by stupidity 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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