The Battle of Midway (Chinese Edition)

9787539635927: The Battle of Midway (Chinese Edition)

Yamamoto Isoroku thought that Japan can get its way only after the extermination of American fleet. So he made a bet which was even larger than the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor and he put unprecedented troops of Japanese navy into use. Beyond his expectations, the Americans uncovered the cipher code of Japanese army correctly and bet on the Midway Islands where the Americans gathered superior strengths and defeated the Japanese with a force inferior in number. The Japanese joined fleet received a disastrous defeat: more than 2000 Japanese officers and soldiers are buried under the Pacific Ocean, their dead bodies and residual limbs were drifting with waves. Since then, the strategic situation in the Pacific Ocean Battlefield where the Americans used to offend and the Japanese used to defend was changed. Nimitz made his bet on the Midway Islands where the Japanese Empire received the first decisive defeat in 350 years. Yamamoto Isoroku looked at the aircraft carrier sinking into the ocean and lowered his insufferably arrogant head.

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ISBN 10: 7539635924 ISBN 13: 9787539635927
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liu xing
(JiangSu, JS, China)

Book Description paperback. Book Condition: New. Language:Chinese.Paperback. Pages Number: 267 Publisher: Anhui Arts Publishing House Pub. Date :2011-01-01. Yamamoto believes that only after the U.S. fleet in order to eliminate arbitrary. To this end. he made a bigger bet than Pearl Harbor. the Japanese Navy unprecedented use of force. Contrary to Yamamoto expected. the Americans cracked the Japanese accurate secret code. the treasure bet on the Midway. concentrating a superior force. to win with fewer. the Japanese combined fleet suffered . Bookseller Inventory # K10481

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