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"And I was there" : Pearl Harbor and Midway--breaking the secrets

Author: Edwin T Layton; Roger Pineau; John Costello
Publisher: New York : W. Morrow, ©1985
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Pearl Harbor. 7 December 1941. Japanese bombs and torpedoes slam into the battleships of the Pacific Fleet as Commander Edwin T. Layton leaps up the stairs to his second-floor office. He looked out the window to see Oklahoma upside down and Arizona ablaze. Why did the Japanese attack? What had gone wrong? This is the first book by a top-ranking American navy officer to answer these questions. Admiral Layton  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Personal narratives
Personal narratives, American
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Layton, Edwin T., 1903-
"And I was there".
New York : W. Morrow, ©1985
(OCoLC)565346849
Named Person: Edwin T Layton; Edwin T Layton
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edwin T Layton; Roger Pineau; John Costello
ISBN: 0688048838 9780688048839
OCLC Number: 12553925
Description: 596 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Responsibility: by Edwin T. Layton, with Roger Pineau and John Costello.

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Pearl Harbor. 7 December 1941. Japanese bombs and torpedoes slam into the battleships of the Pacific Fleet as Commander Edwin T. Layton leaps up the stairs to his second-floor office. He looked out the window to see Oklahoma upside down and Arizona ablaze. Why did the Japanese attack? What had gone wrong? This is the first book by a top-ranking American navy officer to answer these questions. Admiral Layton scrupulously kept these secrets to himself - for forty-three years - until recently, when the government released half a million classified documents from its intelligence archives. Only then did Layton believe he was free to tell his story. He names those who knew about the Japanese intentions, and how they misused it. --from inside jacket.
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