Japanese Invasion Of Alaska Summary

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Not many people have heard about the Japanese Invasion of Alaska in the summer of 1942, well that’s because it was virtually erased from American history and no one would talk about it for decades. The little known piece of American history is told the perspectives of Naval officers and Native Civilians who are taken in as war captives in the remote area of the Aleutian Islands just 200 miles of the nearest point of Alaska. The book starts out with a group of U.S. code crackers that would intercept a message from the Japanese about an attack. They would turn in the evidence to Admiral Chester William Nimitz who would later pull the plug on all operations of both islands, and order all Civilians to evacuate the Islands. Throughout the book the
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