MASTERMIND Isoroku Yamamoto

Krasner, Barbara D.
November 2011
Cobblestone;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p14
The article discusses Japanese admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, looking at his military career in the Russo-Japanese War and as a naval attache in the U.S., his plans for the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and the Midway Islands, and his death in 1943.


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