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From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima: The Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, 1941–45 ePub download

by Saki Dockrill

  • Author: Saki Dockrill
  • ISBN: 0333577221
  • ISBN13: 978-0333577226
  • ePub: 1236 kb | FB2: 1173 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1994 edition (November 26, 1993)
  • Pages: 242
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 907
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From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima: The Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, 1941–45 ePub download

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Saki Dockrill (ed. 'The most significant issue that Dockrill addresses is that of how Japan views the war in retrospect, a. .Britain's policy for west german rearmament, 1950-55

Saki Dockrill (ed. 'The most significant issue that Dockrill addresses is that of how Japan views the war in retrospect, a question which not only tells us a lot about how events were seen in Japan in 1941 but is also, a matter still of importance in contemporary East Asian politics. Britain's policy for west german rearmament, 1950-55.

The Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, 1941–45. The most significant issue that Dockrill addresses is that of how Japan views the war in retrospect, a question which not only tells us a lot about how events were seen in Japan in 1941 but is also, a matter still of importance in contemporary East Asian politics.

New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994. xiv, 242 pp. John B. Lundstrom (a1).

From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima : the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific. Dockrill, Saki, ed. (1998)

From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima : the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific. (1998). Controversy and compromise : alliance politics between Great Britain, Federal Republic of Germany, and the United States of America, 1945-1967. Bodenheim, Germany: Philo. Geraint, Hughes; Dockrill, Saki, eds. (2006). Palgrave advances in Cold War history. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan. Bischof, Günter; Dockrill, Saki, eds. (2000).

From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima: The Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, 1941–45

From Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima: The Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, 1941–45.

The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise, but Japan and the United States had been edging toward war for . Almost the entire Pacific Fleet was moored around Ford Island in the harbor, and hundreds of airplanes were squeezed onto adjacent airfields.

The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise, but Japan and the United States had been edging toward war for decades. The United States was particularly unhappy with Japan’s increasingly belligerent attitude toward China. The Japanese government believed that the only way to solve its economic and demographic problems was to expand into its neighbor’s territory and take over its import market. To the Japanese, Pearl Harbor was an irresistibly easy target.

MacArthur’s War 123 The South and Southwest Pacific campaigns 1942-45 . He is completing a book on Patton and Rommel: Men of War in the Twentieth Century.

MacArthur’s War 123 The South and Southwest Pacific campaigns 1942-45 Professor David Horner Chapter 8 The ANZAC Contribution 140 Australia and New Zealand in the Pacific War Professor David Horner Chapter 9 The Shortest Road to Tokyo 154 Nimitz and the Central Pacific War Professor Theodore Gatchel Chapter 10 After Midway 177 Japanese naval strategy 1942-45 Professor H. P. Willmott He is completing a book on Patton and Rommel: Men of War in the Twentieth Century.

'The most significant issue that Dockrill addresses is that of how Japan views the war in retrospect, a question which not only tells us a lot about how events were seen in Japan in 1941 but is also, a matter still of importance in contemporary East Asian politics.' Antony Best, London School of Economics This multi-authored work, edited by Saki Dockrill, is an original, unique, and controversial interpretation of the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific. Dr Dockrill, the author of Britain's Policy for West German Rearmament, has skilfully converted the proceedings of an international conference held in London into a stimulating and readable account of the Pacific War. This is a valuable contribution to our knowledge of the subject.
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