426 pages. Softcover. Fair condition. The covers have slight tearing. HISTORY. "An exhaustively researched, beautifully executed work...It is the best book by far that has been published on the question of 'blame' for the disaster at Pearl Harbor"-Los Angeles Examiner. Includes an Index. (Key Words: History, Political Science, Pearl Harbor, Philippines, Panama Canal, Communication, Press, Codes, Radio, Sabotage, Alerts, Embargoes, Bancroft Winner, World War II).
Fair. Highlighting/underlining. Slightly darkening pgs w creases and highlights. Big stickers on the i/s back cover. stamp on top edge. Worn covers with dulling, spots, darkening, creases, edge wear and corner. wear. boi000213. 426 p. Includes index.
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Very good. No d.j. Gray boards with black back strip. The book is clean and bright with a solid binding. We provide fast and reliable shipping service. Selling on line since1998. We ship from California. All our books are guaranteed.
Very Good. This paperback edition was printed in 1970. Covers lightly spotted, with price sticker residue at top right corner. Faint corner crease on rear cover. Spine is square and uncreased. Text is clean and bright.
Read but in very good condition in Has shelf wear jacket. Gray paper over boards, white pictorial jacket. Jacket has several tears on the edges of less that an inch, some soil, but colors are bright. Covered in a clear protective cover. Small ink name and year on the inside front flyleaf. Interior pages are clean and bright with no marking. Brick and mortar bookshop since 1975!
Very Good in Good jacket. Inscribed by Wohlstetter! Second printing, 1962, hardcover with blue cloth boards in dust jacket, octavo, 426pp., not illustrated. Book VG with mild toning and wear to spine ends and corners, binding tight, previous owner's signature to front endpaper, otherwise text clean and unmarked with some pencil ghosts to rear endpapers. DJ good with edgewear that includes some tears and their related creases, rubbing, looking handsome in protective mylar wrap.
A great work of a great scholar.
This book of Roberta Wohlstteter digs in the events that drive to the Pearl Harbor fiasco of December 7, 1941.
It analizes carefully the informations that American intelligence agencies bring to the top U.S. military chiefs during 1941 and the warnings send to the top military at Hawai and Philippines in the last months an the last days before December 7.
Very interesting to military intelligence and military strategy scholars, and enthusiasts of these themes too.
A great reserach work.
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