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100 1  Lehr, Dick,|eauthor. 
245 10 Dead reckoning :|bthe story of how Johnny Mitchell and his
       fighter pilots took on Admiral Yamamoto and avenged Pearl 
       Harbor|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cDick Lehr. 
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511 0  Read by Will Damron. 
520    The definitive and previously untold account of Operation 
       Vengeance, the American military operation to kill 
       Japanese Naval Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, the man who 
       devised the attack on Pearl Harbor. "AIR RAID, PEARL 
       HARBOR. THIS IS NOT DRILL." At 7:58 a.m. on December 7, 
       1941, an officer at the Ford Island Command Center 
       frantically typed what would become one of the most famous
       radio dispatches in history as the Japanese navy launched 
       a surprise aerial assault on the American navy stationed 
       in Hawaii. In a little over two hours, the Japanese killed
       more than 2,400 Americans and propelled the US's entry 
       into World War II. Dead Reckoning is the story of the 
       mission to avenge that devastating strike. New York Times 
       best-selling author Dick Lehr expertly crafts this "hunt 
       for Bin Laden"-style WWII story as he recreates the minute
       -by-minute events at Pearl Harbor. Lehr explores the 
       tremendous spycraft and rising military tradecraft 
       undertaken in its wake, and goes behind the scenes at 
       Station Typo in Hawaii where US Navy code breakers' 
       discovered exactly where and when to find Admiral Yamamoto,
       on April 18, 1943, and chronicles in detail the nearly 
       impossible, nerve-wracking mission to kill him. Lehr 
       focuses on the key figures, including Yamamoto, the 
       enigmatic, charismatic military genius whose complicated 
       feelings about the US - he studied at Harvard - add rich 
       complexity; the American pilots of the attack squad - 
       Thomas Lanphier Jr., Besby Holmes, Ray Hine, and Rex 
       Barber; and their extraordinary leader, Major John 
       Mitchell, who planned their record-setting mission 
       literally to the second. Lehr adds tension using a 
       Rashomon-like approach that tells the story of the 
       operation through competing versions, and offers well-
       reasoned conclusions, including the identity of the pilot 
       actually responsible for bringing Yamamoto down. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 10 Mitchell, Johnny. 
600 10 Yamamoto, Isoroku,|d1884-1943|xAssassination. 
650  0 Operation Vengeance, 1943. 
650  0 World War, 1939-1945|xAerial operations. 
650  0 World War, 1939-1945|xCampaigns|zPacific Area. 
700 1  Damron, Will,|enarrator. 
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