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Japanese Military Strategy in the Pacific War : Was Defeat Inevitable? (Paperback)

Author: Wood, James B.

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In this provocative history, James B. Wood challenges the received wisdom that Japan''s defeat in the Pacific was historically inevitable. He argues instead that it was only when the Japanese military abandoned its original strategic plan to secure resources and establish a viable defensible perimeter that the Allies were able to regain the initiative and lock Japanese forces into a war of attrition they were not prepared to fight. The book persuasively shows how the Japanese army and navy had both the opportunity and the capability to have fought a different and more successful war. If Japan had traveled that alternate military road the outcome of the Pacific War could have been far different from the ending we know so well-and perhaps a little too complacently accept.

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Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc
Mfg Part# 9780742553408
SKU 203299076
Format Paperback
ISBN10 074255340X
Release Date 8/1/2007
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0141
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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