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Infamy : Pearl Harbor and its aftermath / John Toland ; [maps by Rafael Palacios].


1st ed.. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1982.
ISBN 0385145594

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Other Title Pearl Harbor and its aftermath.
Subjects Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941.
Description xvi, 366 pages, [32] pages of plates : illustrations, 2 maps ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1982.
Notes Maps on lining papers.
Includes bibliographical references (pages [328]-336) and index.
Summary Investigates the military, political, and historical remifications of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, examining the unpreparedness of the United States, the cover-up following the disaster, and other important aspects of the attack and its effects.
Contents Pt. I : Tangled web -- 1 : "How did they catch us with our pants down, Mr. President?" : December 6-7, 1941 -- 2 : Mr. Knox goes west : December 8-16, 1941 -- 3 : "Some admiral or some general in the Pacific may be made the goat." -- Herbert Hoover : December 17, 1941 -- January 29, 1942 -- 4 : "Settle yourself in a quiet nook somewhere and let old father time help this entire situation." -- Stark to Kimmel : January 25, 1942 -- February 1944 -- pt. II : Pandora's box -- 5 : Mutiny on the second deck -- 6 : The Hart inquiry : February -- June 1944 -- 7 : The Army and Navy club : June -- October 1944 -- 8 : "You do not have to carry the torch for Admiral Kimmel" : June 1944 -- September 1945 -- pt. III : Congress dances -- 9 : "If I had known what was to happen ... I would have never have allowed myself to be 'tagged'" -- William D. Mitchell : November -- December 1945 -- 10 : Their day in court : December 31, 1945 -- January 31, 1946 -- 11 : Safford at bay : February 1 -- 11, 1946 -- 12 : "To throw as soft a light as possible on the Washiington scene" -- pt. IV : The Tenth investigation -- 13 : Operation Z : 1932 -- November 27, 1941 -- 14 : The Tracking of Kido Butai : November 26 -- December 6 -- 15 : Date of infamy. "But they knew, they knew, they knew" : December 7 -- 8, 1941 -- 16 : The Summing up.
Geographic Area Hawaii
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7597519
(OCoLC)ocm07597519
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