ac3q, June 26, 2007 (view all comments by ac3q)
I first read this book while going to Communications Technician School at Imperial Beach, California, in 1955. I found it to be very thought provoking in that I have done considerable research into the pre-Pearl Harbor days and find that there appears to have been an intentional act to gain entry into WWII. I served proudly in the U.S.Navy, although I didn't come out as a Rear Admiral, I did get my CT2 Petty Officer's rating as an intercept operator during the fifties. I would recommend this book highly to anyone interested in gaining an insight as to what existed prior to WWII in Japan and the forethought of Admiral Zacharias. I am trying to find a copy of this book. Respectfully, Harold C Dennin CT2R USN (1954-1958)
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