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From the Publisher"Gannon's account of the events surrounding this unforgettable day is straightforward and intensely detailed. His six years of research in U.S. and Japanese archives, including access to personal memoranda, allow him to plainly describe a drama in which the facts themselves convey enormous suspense."
-Mary H. Meier, The Boston Globe
A groundbreaking and authoritative reappraisal that rewrites the pivotal event that thrust an isolationist nation into war, "a must-read for any student of World War II"—Tom Bowmen, Baltimore Sun