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Japanese Military Strategy in the Pacific War:

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Japanese Military Strategy in the Pacific War: Was Defeat Inevitable?. James B. Wood

Japanese Military Strategy in the Pacific War: Was Defeat Inevitable?


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Japanese Military Strategy in the Pacific War: Was Defeat Inevitable? James B. Wood
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Jun 19, 2013 - Indonesia was barely a blip on Australia's strategic radar until the Pacific War, when Japan seized it from the Dutch and attacked Australia from bases there. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. Feb 13, 2014 - Naoki Hyakuta, whom Abe appointed to the board of governors of Japan's public broadcaster, claims that Japan committed no atrocities in World War 2 and was acting to free Asia of Western colonialism. Oct 10, 2013 - 1 Race and culture versus strategy, operations, and logistics are the two opposing views expressed by Japanese naval officers who wrote about their nation's defeat after the Pacific War. May 4, 2014 - As Jeffrey Alexander remarks: “during the Second World War Japan's military government came to consider it [Philopon] a safe, effective stimulant for tired pilots, signal corpsmen, and munitions workers, and it ordered a swift and dramatic increase in production.”27. Given the Japanese habit of executing prisoners and what the Japanese had done in China (see Nanking) it was inevitable that the US would act to kill Japanese anywhere by any means. Prange, and The Pacific War, by John Costello. This idea of inevitability Likewise, it can be argued that there were only two outcomes possible in the Pacific War; a US military win, or a win/win negotiated peace, since a mere prolongation of the Pacific War, without affecting the final outcome, would have been insufficient to be considered 'decisive'. After surrender By the time of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor and the beginning of the Pacific War, both the United States and the European powers had come to regard blood as vital strategic materiel. Nov 9, 2009 - At the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal, the issue of the indiscriminate bombing of many Chinese cities by Japanese Imperial Forces during the Asia Pacific War was never raised, despite repeated wartime condemnation by the US government of Japan's .. Jun 13, 2013 - Implicit in the choice of Midway as the 'decisive moment' in the Pacific war is the judgment that from this point defeat was inevitable for Japan. Should enter the war, all Japanese will realize that absolute defeat is inevitable. In particular he discusses the brutality and ferociousness of the Japanese military even after it was inevitable that they would be defeated. The Japanese called this strategy Ketsu Go (Operation Decisive). Jun 23, 2011 - The target of Hiroshima was a city of considerable military importance, containing Japan's Second Army Headquarters, as well as being a communications center and storage depot. Aug 5, 2011 - An April 29 Joint Intelligence Staff document put it this way: “If at any time the U.S.S.R. The plaintiffs argued that the effects of heat rays, blast and radiation from the atomic bomb extended over 4 kilometers from the epicenter, which inevitably caused indiscriminate mass killing of the people in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Japan only took only 13% of our military resources. Nov 8, 2013 - Two books are reviewed together in this review: At Dawn We Slept: The Untold Story of Pearl Harbor, by Gordon W. Jun 15, 2011 - Roberts does provide significant information about the Pacific war. Evidence is also available on this central point: The American and British Joint Chiefs of Staff—the very top military leaders of the two nations—also met at Potsdam to consolidate planning for the final stages of the war in the Pacific.