- Author:Weldon Hamilton
- Publisher:Xlibris (September 27, 2001)
- Pages:164 pages
- Subcategory:Ethnic & National
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HAMILTON, WELDON (Author) Xlibris Corporation (printers) (Publisher). Destination Japan an illustrated history of prisoners of war of Imperial Japan, 1941 to 1945, in the . My war with Imperial Japan escape and evasion.
The declaration of war by the Empire of Japan on the United States and the British Empire was published on December 8, 1941 (Japan time; December 7 in the United States).
The declaration of war by the Empire of Japan on the United States and the British Empire was published on December 8, 1941 (Japan time; December 7 in the United States), an hour after Japanese forces started an attack on the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor and attacks on British forces in Malaya, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
A2598534 245 10 Late summer of 1941 and my war with Japan, cWeldon Hamilton. 260 : bXlibris, cc2001. maps ; c22 cm. 600 10 Hamilton, Weldon. A2598534 650 0 World War, 1939-1945 xPrisoners and prisons, Japanese. A1076351 650 0 World War, 1939-1945 vPersonal narratives, American. A2107777 650 0 Prisoners of war zJapan vBiography. A2104832 650 0 Prisoners of war zUnited States vBiography. A2103967 916 DATE CATALOGED b20110216 994 Z0 bHIN 690 4 Mansell Coll.
Following the Japanese Pearl Harbour attack on 7th December 1941, the United States formally entered the war, committing itself to assisting the Allies in both theatres of war, as did the United Kingdom. The United States had been a major contributor of resources and production for the European war effort prior to the attack on Pearl Harbour, selling and shipping material to most of the Allies to assist their forces, but after the Japanese attack, the United States began contributing its own military forces to combat.
Nigel Hamilton’s Mantle of Command is a stirring and noteworthy book about Roosevelt’s crucial role as commander-in-chief during World War II. Hamilton writes with insight, passion, and a great grasp of history. I believe this book will become the standard by which other books about FDR’s role in World War II will be measured. Carlo D’Este, author of Patton: A Genius for War and Warlord: A Life of Churchill at War, 1874–1945.