Pearl Harbor: Japan's Fatal Blunder - The True Story Behind Japan's Attack On December 7, 1941.

By: ALBRIGHT, HARRY.

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Pearl Harbor: Japan's Fatal Blunder examines the attack on Pearl Harbor and the factors that may have cost Japan the Second World War. This edition includes 16 pages of photographs depicting Pearl Harbor during and after the attack. In this gripping narrative, author Harry Albright reviews the decisions made by Admiral Nagumo, the Japanese strike force commander, and his chief of staff, Admiral Kusaka, and examines the battle of Midway in this light. He also considers what a third Japanese attack on Oahu might have accomplished had the Japanese pressed their offensive advantage to substantially cripple the United States Navy. Their failure to do so might be considered the "fatal blunder" that cost them the Second World War. Black and white photographs depict the damage wrought by the Japanese air strikes, which launched the United States into one of history's bloodiest conflicts. "A fascinating history of the raid with some ingenious speculations about what might have been," -- Los Angeles Times

Title: Pearl Harbor: Japan's Fatal Blunder - The True Story Behind Japan's Attack On December 7, 1941.

Author Name: ALBRIGHT, HARRY.

Categories: WORLD WAR II.,

Edition: Illustrated Edition.

Publisher: Hippocrene Books, New York: 2004.:

ISBN Number: 0781810183

ISBN Number 13: 9780781810180

Binding: s

Book Condition: Softcover. Brand new book.

Seller ID: 71144X1

Keywords: (Key Words: History, World War II, Japan, Pearl Harbor, Harry Albright).