Isoroku Yamamoto

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Japanese admiral who planned the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 (1884-1943)


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Arvanitakis, Killing a Peacock: A Case Study of the Targeted Killing of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, School of Advanced Military Studies Class 2015-01, (Fort Leavenworth, KS: US Army Command and General Staff College, 2015), 22.
The operation to kill Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was initiated by U.S.
Isoroku Yamamoto, at once the strongest opponent to Japan's entry into WWII and its greatest naval hero, succeeds where many biopics fail in fully integrating the private man and the public figure, As played by Koji Yakusho ("Babel"), Nagashima's Yamatoto not only comes off as always right, but also extraordinarily likable.
With senior navy commanders caught up in the euphoria surrounding the initial Japanese successes in the Pacific, only Commander-in-Chief Combined Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto addressed the actual battlefield reality.
His discussion of the weakness of Japan's strategic planning in the Pacific and its naval deficiencies in general is also convincing, though his relative lack of regard for Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto may surprise many readers.
Isoroku Yamamoto, commander in chief of Japan's Combined Fleet had devised a plan to lure U.S.
Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, commander in chief of Japan's Combined Fleet, supposed that the surprise carrier strike on Pearl Harbor had set an example that the Americans might follow; and he felt that the retaliatory strike would come at the earliest possible moment.
Isoroku Yamamoto by the Americans in World War II was a targeted killing, an assassination.
Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, later commander in chief of the Japanese Combined Fleet during the Second World War and responsible for the attack on Pearl Harbour ..
The attack and the man who led it, Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, is infamous, but many people will not know that Yamamoto visited Tyneside the year he became a captain in the Japanese Navy.
June 18,1941: Tokyo Imperial Navy Headquarters Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was being quizzed [by Japan's military leaders] about his plan to attack America's Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor.
Isoroku Yamamoto's Imperial fleet that helped win the battle.
Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto will be known forever to Americans for his role in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Isoroku Yamamoto is Yamamoto was on a battleship on an aircraft carrier with the anchored at Japan during the Japanese fleet in the Pacific attack.