War Plan Orange: The U.S. Strategy to Defeat Japan, 1897-1945
Naval Institute Press, 2013. 7. 31. - 560페이지
Based on twenty years of research in formerly secret archives, this book reveals for the first time the full significance of War Plan Orange--the U.S. Navy's strategy to defeat Japan, forumulated over the forty years prior to World War II. It recounts the struggles between "thrusting" and "cautionary" schools of strategy, the roles of outspoken leaders such as Dewey, Mahan, King, and MacArthur, and the adaptation of aviation and other technologies to the plan. The book shows that the strategy of Plan Orange was the basis of prewar U.S. naval development in training, ship and aircraft design, and amphibious and tactical thought.
War Plan Orange is the recipient of numerous book awards, including the prestigious Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt Naval History Prize.
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A history of the U. S. Navy's evolving naval plans relative to conducting a Pacific war with Japan. The plans developed after the acquisition of the Philippine Islands, and were based upon the recovery of same when captured by the Japanese. 전체 리뷰 읽기
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Prior to World War II, the United States's war plans were code-named by color. Japan was Orange and the United States was Blue. Miller (a retired business executive) spent over 15 years researching ... 전체 리뷰 읽기