Attack on Pearl Harbor Strategy, Combat, Myths, Deceptions
Alan D. Zimm
6 x 9, 480 pages, illustrations, 9781612000107, $32.95, hardback, Casemate May 6, 2011
Kudos to the author of this book; shows that historians are finally getting past politically correct "revisionist history." Good riddance! Instead this book is a highly analyzed treatise on the attack on Pearl Harbor of 1941 from the perspective of the US and Japanese. With the use modern spreadsheet technologies, results of various actions are examined as to their effectiveness. This serves to place many historical inaccuracies in a better light. Perhaps a little dry for the average reader, but a useful tool for future researchers.