Pearl Harbor by Henry C. Clausen
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An reexamination of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, based on an original eight hundred-page report and hundreds of sworn affidavits, shows that the American military conspired to blame the attack on President Roosevelt and the civilian leadership. 60,000 first printing. BOMC. QPB. History Bk Club.
 

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Published January 1, 1992 by Crown Publishers. 95 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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A riveting real-life detective story about one of the century's greatest controversies: the responsibility for America's shocking lack of preparedness at Pearl Harbor.

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The Pearl Harbor debacle, Clausen concludes, resulted from several factors, including Admiral Husband Kimmel's hoarding of vital intelligence data from his Army counterpart, General Walter Short, and Short's failure to take necessary reconnaissance measures or use radar air- warning, preparing in...

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