Day of Deceit
- The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor
- Narrated by: Rafael Ferrer
- Length: 3 hrs
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 12-16-99
- Language: English
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
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The evidence is overwhelming. At the highest-levels - on FDR's desk - America had ample warning of the pending attack. At those same levels, it was understood that the isolationist American public would not support a declaration of war unless we were attacked first. The result was a plan to anger Japan, to keep the loyal officers responsible for Pearl Harbor in the dark, and thus to drag America into the greatest war of her existence.
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By Iola on 03-26-13
Another View Of An Historic Event To Consider
I know Pearl Harbor is a touchy subject for many but this audio give one something to consider when looking back at historic events. To think that governments won't distroy their own citizens or citizens of other nations to achieve an outcome or further their own ambitions is a fools game. We get only once to go around in this human life, it is so much better to question everything, least we wake up and find that we have been thrust back into the dark ages. There is not excuse for not seeking truth in an information and especially a technological age. If we continue to not get it right we will suceed in destroying ourselves and we will accomplish that by repeating Earth's history to our regret.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By G. A. Miller on 02-05-13
Should Be Required Reading For All History Student
I would encourage you to listen and judge for yourself whether or not there is something here. In my opinion, there absolutely is something here. Take FDR's word for it, "In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way."
I won't go into any details about the book. If you love history and want to be told ALL the information so that you can judge, then you will love this. I listened to it in two days and would have listened in one day if I had been able to find that much free time.
It's a great piece of history, told very well by the author and narrated superbly.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful