Pearl Harbor : from infamy to greatness / Craig Nelson.
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- ISBN: 9781451660494
- Physical Description: x, 532 pages : paperback, illustrations ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York : Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, 
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Preface: Dreadnoughts and Holystones -- Conceiving the inconceivable -- A sinister wind -- Autumn -- November -- December 6 -- From the air -- Pearl Harbor -- Describing the indescribable -- Infamy -- Resurrection -- Vengeance -- Triumph -- Legacy -- Appendix 1: Judgment and controversy -- Appendix 2: The Medal of Honor -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Sources -- Index.
Beginning in 1914, bestselling author Craig Nelson maps the road to war, beginning with Franklin D. Roosevelt, then the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (and not yet afflicted with polio), attending the laying of the keel of the USS Arizona at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Writing with vivid intimacy, Nelson traces Japans leaders as they lurch into ultranationalist fascism, which culminates in their insanely daring yet militarily brilliant scheme to terrify America with one of the boldest attacks ever waged. Within seconds, the country would never be the same.
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