When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the United States was thrust into World War II. The war with Japan would last four grueling years. Bold leaders, such as General Douglas MacArthur and President Franklin Roosevelt, would lead the United States to victory. Author R. Conrad Stein explores the historic carrier-based naval battles, the “island hopping” campaigns, the home front, and the beginning of the atomic age.
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