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Attack On Yamamoto

One of the unresolved questions of World War II was who deserves credit for shooting down Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, Japan's top naval commander and chief planner of the Pearl Harbor Attack. Two American pilots have each claimed full credit- Capt. Thomas G. Lanphier, Jr. and Lt. Rex T. Barber. 

240 pages

Written by: Carroll V. Glines

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