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Stinnett's argument draws on both circumstantial evidence--the fact, for example, that in September 1940 Roosevelt signed into law a measure providing for a two-ocean navy that would number 100 aircraft carriers--and, more importantly, on American governmental documents that offer apparently incontrovertible proof that Roosevelt knowingly sacrificed American lives in order to enter the war on the side of England. Although obviously troubled by his discovery of a systematic plan of deception on the part of the American government, Stinnett does not take deep issue with its outcome. Roosevelt, he writes, faced powerful opposition from isolationist forces, and, against them, the Pearl Harbor attack was "something that had to be endured in order to stop a greater evil--the Nazi invaders in Europe who had begun the Holocaust and were poised to invade England." Sure to excite discussion, Stinnett's book offers what may be the final word on the terrible matter of Pearl Harbor. --Gregory McNamee --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Compeling arguements but thin on evidence. Worth reading but it should not be the only book on the Pacific war one should read.Published 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
I remember seeing this book on my grandfather's tabletop and I asked him if I could read it. He was a captain in the Navy and fought at Midway... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Probably the best work on the alleged "surprise attack" on Pearl Harbor. Believe what you want to believe, but the evidence provided in this book inadvertently ties up many... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wayne O.
This book gives several arguments. It does not rely on what-ifs and theories without evidence. It offers a strong narrative and each chapter gives layers and layers of information... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Naaden
Should be read by everyone who has questions about WWII. It gives documented proof that Roosevelt knew about the attack on Pearl Harbor long before it happened.Published 3 months ago by James Tarpley
One must have some understanding of coming and traffic analysis to follow his analysis (which I do from my ASA days) but the most noteworthy discovery that sets this book apart... Read morePublished 3 months ago by LeeS
Interesting what information was hidden from the American public for so long; in fact according to the author, even now not all the information has been "released". Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard Murphy