Pearl Harbor Revisited by Robert W. Love JrPearl Harbor Revisited by Robert W. Love Jr

Pearl Harbor Revisited

byRobert W. Love Jr

Hardcover | August 2, 1994

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The attack on Pearl Harbor was arguably the single most important event of our century. In one stroke, the Japanese offensive brought together the war in Europe between Britain and Russia on the one hand and Germany on the other with the ongoing conflict between Japan and China, turning it into the global struggle between two great coalitions we know as the Second World War. By bringing America into the war, Japan assured not only the destruction of her Asian empire, but also the end of American isolationism, the survival of Soviet communism, and the ultimate bankruptcy of the great European colonial systems. In Pearl Harbor Revisited, eleven distinguished writers consider the action as an international event, providing remarkably lucid and impressive interpretations of the attack's causes and consequences.
Title:Pearl Harbor RevisitedFormat:HardcoverDimensions:200 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.63 inPublished:August 2, 1994Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan

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ISBN - 10:0312095937

ISBN - 13:9780312095932

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Table of Contents

Relationship between the Far Eastern and European Wars; D.Cameron Watt - Royal Navy and the Japanese Threat; G.A.H.Gordon - Diplomatic Dress Rehearsal to the Japanese Attack; F.W.Marks, III - Japanese Wartime Rhetoric in the Traditional Philosophical Context; M.Kassel - Soviet Historians and the War in the Pacific; J.T.Sanders - 'Just Dumb Luck'; S.E.Ambrose - Roosevelt and Pearl Harbor; W.Heinrichs - Douglas MacArthur and the 'Other Pearl Harbor': The Debacle in the Philippines; M.Schaller - The United States, Japan, and the Panama Canal, 1940-1945; J.Major - Saturday, 6 December 1941; J.Bridgman - The US Navy and Pearl Harbor; R.W.Love, Jr