Days of Infamy by John Costello
Macarthur, Roosevelt, Churchill-The Shocking Truth Revealed : How Their Secret Deals and Strategic Blunders Caused Disasters at Pear

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MacArthur. Roosevelt. Churchill. New York Times bestselling historian John Costello reveals the shocking truth of how their secret deals and strategic blunders led to Japan's successful attacks on Pearl Harbor and Clark Field in the Philippines. 16-page photo insert. Advertising in the Military Press.
 

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Published December 1, 1994 by Pocket Books. 448 pages
Genres: History, War, Travel. Non-fiction

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More controversially, Costello argues that Roosevelt and Churchill entered into a secret agreement that committed the United States to defend the British Empire in the Far East, that the US Air Force was dangerously overextended, and that MacArthur failed to obey orders to launch an attack agains...

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As a nonexpert, Hope observes the chimpanzees from an unusual perspective (which mirrors her refreshing and deeply felt attempts to understand her idiosyncratic estranged husband, a mathematician), and her discovery of warring factions among the supposedly peace-loving chimps roils academic and e...

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On May 10, 1941, in one of WW II's most bizarre episodes, Rudolph Hess, the deputy fuhrer of Germany, parachuted onto Scottish soil.

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MacArthur's inaction also contributed, the author contends, to the loss of Malaya and the Netherlands East Indies to the Japanese, because his bombers were the linchpin of a secret U.S. pact to defend British and Dutch territories in the Far East.

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