THE MOST DANGEROUS MOMENT OF THE WAR: Japan's Attack on the Indian Ocean, 1942
In early April 1942, a little-known chapter of WWII took place, said by Sir Winston Churchill to be "the most dangerous moment of the war" when Japanese swept westwards into the Indian Ocean, brushing aside any opposition. Here is a gripping account of that uncharted episode. Illus.
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