The Battle That Doomed Japan, the Japanese Navy's Story
By Mitsuo Fuchida and Masatake Okumiya; Foreword by Raymond A. Spruance
This landmark study was first published in English by the Naval Institute in 1955 and was added to the Classics of Naval Literature series in 1992. Widely acknowledged for its valuable Japanese insights into the battle that turned that tide of war in the Pacific, the book has made a great impact on American readers over the years. Two Japanese ...
Edited by Harvey C. Neese and John O'Donnell; Foreword by Richard Holebrooke
Foreword by Richard Holbrooke
Five American and three Vietnamese participants in the early days of U.S. involvement in southeast Asia compellingly argue that the failure of American policy in Vietnam was not inevitable. The common theme of their individual essays suggests that the war in Vietnam might have had a much different—and far less tragic—outcome if U.S. policy makers had ...
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