AND I WAS THERE" Pearl Harbor and Midway - Breaking the Secrets

By: Rear Admiral Edwin T

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AND I WAS THERE" Pearl Harbor and Midway - Breaking the Secrets by Rear Admiral Edwin T Layton, USN (Ret)
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William Morrow & Co, New York - first edition, 1985. hardcover, 9.5" x 6.25", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Dark-grey boards with gold type to white spine linen, grey endpapers, 2 maps, 56 b/w photographs, plus secret telegrams, naval messages, memoranda, 40 pages Notes, bibliography, index. The first book by a top-ranking American naval officer to answer questions about how Japan inflicted the greatest military defeat in US history - the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Author vents his outrage at the cover-up in Washington, and the sacrifice of Admiral Kimmel and General Short. His revelations are incredible! Jacket shows minor shelf-wear. Packed book weighs 1.5kgs (over 3lbs).

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