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Day of Deceit: The Truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor

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This book will shock many. It shows that Pearl Harbour was not an accident, a failure of American intelligence, or a brilliant Japanese military coup ... Show synopsis

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  • Truth about Pearl Harbour Feb 7, 2013
    by Richard L

    This book is the most important book as to the question of whether the Roosevelt Administration knew that a Japanese naval fleet was crossing the northern Pacific on its way to destroy the U.S. Naval ships anchored at Pearl Harbour.. It is a carefully documented study. See the BBC video that also claims that Roosevelt had knowledge of Japanese intentions, but held back his knowledge of such as he wanted to bring the U.S. into WWII. Don't miss this book, as well as the BBC video. The author of the book does admit that Roosevelt may have been justified in doing what he did to draw the U.S. into the war, as the Axis powers were a genuine threat to the Allied nations. it was the only way to bring the American people at large to support his views.

  • Very Interesting Jun 10, 2011
    by Azri

    Makes you think. Academically excellent, but only for serious researchers of the topic. For the average (even educated) reader, somewhat slow, with too much less-than- important detail.

  • Jul 29, 2010
    by MACFHION

    Adds to disturbing facts that were known in 1944, and reveals how Congressional Inquiries almost always miss Truth Finding!

  • Apr 2, 2009
    by Belair

    Interesting...but don't believe everything you read

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