THE EAGLE AND THE RISING SUN: The Japanese-American War, 1941-1943, Pearl Harbor Through Guadalcanal
Schom's account of WWII in the Pacific demonstrates an ironic paradox--on the one hand, the American government and people were as inadequately prepared for war as any major power had ever been, while on the other hand, the Japanese high command plunged headlong into a war with the U.S. that even their own analysts knew they couldn't win. 32 pages of photos.
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