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Only now can the full scope of the war in the Pacific be fully understood. Historian Ronald Spector, drawing on newly declassified intelligence files, an abundance of British and American archival material, Japanese scholarship and documents, and research and memoirs of scholarly and military men, has written a stunning, complete and up-to-date history of the conflict.
"A superbly readable, insightful, gripping, unbiased one-volume history of the American-Japanese war."--The Washington Post Book World
"By far the best book on the subject."--The New York Times Book Review