Yamamoto: The Man Who Planned Pearl Harbor

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McGraw-Hill, 1990 - 271 ˹
Profiles the military genius behind the Pearl Harbor attack, who was assassinated on orders from President Roosevelt, in a compelling biography of Japan's most colorful and skilled tactician during World War II

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Yamamoto: the man who planned Pearl Harbor

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Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was not the highest ranking Japanese naval officer in the Pacific War era but he was a radical advocate of naval air power and the mastermind of the attack on Pearl Harbor ... ҹԴ繩Ѻ

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For the last twenty years, Gary C. King has been one of America's foremost crime writers. Over 400 of his stories have appeared in crime magazines across the United States, Canada, and England, including "True Detective," "Official Detective," "Inside Detective," "Front Page Detective," and "Master Detective," His books "Web of Deceit," "Driven to Kill" (which was nominated for an Anthony Award in the Best True Crime Book category at Bouchercon 25) and "Blood Lust: Portrait of a Serial Sex Killer" were chosen as a featured selection of the True Crime Book Club. He is also the author of "Blind Rage," "Savage Vengeance," co-written with Don Lasseter, "An Early Grave," "The Texas 7," and "Murder in Hollywood," A full-time writer, Mr. King is an active member of The Mystery Writers of America. He lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, with his wife and two daughters

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