Empires On The Pacific

Empires On The Pacific Empires on the Pacific smashes the standard narrative of World War II in the Pacific theater, showing America s aim to replace Britain as East Asia s New Imperial Power Robert Smith Thompson offers a long overdue explanation of what America s war against Japan was really about in a word China The over reaching British Empire was waning yet unwilling to relinquish its foothold in China, while an increasingly ambitious Japan was determined to dominate the region by conquering China Enter the young upstart, America For Franklin Delano Roosevelt and for the United States, the war with Japan had little to do with revenge for Pearl Harbor Japan would have to be vanquished so that it would never again be an imperial rival.Thompson s recasting of the Asian conflict profoundly alters our understanding of World War II in the Pacific and of what followed in Korea and in Vietnam Revisionist history at its best, Empires on the Pacific is a far reaching book that requires us to re evaluate what we thought we knew about twentieth century American history and what many still consider our last good war. Best Download [ Empires On The Pacific ] by [ Robert Smith Thompson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 472 pages
  • Empires On The Pacific
  • Robert Smith Thompson
  • English
  • 21 August 2017
  • 0465085768

10 thoughts on “Empires On The Pacific

  1. says:

    Good, readable history of the Pacific war However some of the stats don t match with others I ve read Also, as with histories which tackle the entire war there are sins of omission The battle of Leyte Gulf is presented with no drama even though Halsey took the bait to go north after Ozawa s decoy carriers leaving Kincaid and others alone to face an enemy of superior numbers No mention that the U.S was very lucky not to have lost.I think the author was a little battle fatigued by the time he Good, readable history of the Pacific war However s...

  2. says:

    This work provides some background on the Japanese and Chinese empires as well as their interactions with the White powers of Europe and America It traces the pathway to America s entry into World War II and gives an overview of the war.

  3. says:

    basic thesis is that the US and japan are competitors for control of china.

  4. says:

    Typical American mythological faux history.Myths and American propaganda repackaged with extra adjectives and falsely labeled history.I read it so you don t have to

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