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By Ken Wiley

ISBN-10: 1621378535

ISBN-13: 9781621378532

examine all approximately eastern mystery guns and their "Special assault" software, mixed with recognized proof that aid ascertain the significance of the timing of the atomic bomb. As the USA wrestled with the assumption of preventing global struggle II with the bomb, Japan wrestled with their deliberate destruction of America's amphibious attack forces upon the tried invasion in their native land (scheduled on November 1, 1945). The atomic bomb used to be unknown to Japan sooner than use in mid-August, 1945. Likewise the "Special assault" software, with its millions of mystery suicide guns and the deliberate ambush to guard their place of origin used to be unknown to the USA, who effectively accomplished a hundred amphibious invasions to deliver them to your doorstep of Japan. Had there been no atomic bomb, America's amphibious forces could were destroyed and the conflict reversed. the United States might were like a tiger with its tooth pulled. they wouldn't have had "The giant Stick" that Theodore Roosevelt claimed was once essential to again up authority, and the inevitable global warfare III may have happened, altering the realm as we all know it this present day. this is often that tale. Mysteries of worldwide conflict II occasions altering its course have been credited to many stuff resembling timing, errors, process and making plans, technological advances, overpowering manpower and gear energy, or for all 130,000,000 american citizens, might be miracles. because the Cox'n of an LCVP within the Pacific, I, Ken Wiley, understood God's support and the way we fought that warfare with our amphibious operations. the United States, surrounded on each side via oceans, needed to struggle the struggle from the ocean. this is why we had a hundred D-Day invasions, and that's why we needed to have the mightiest amphibious strength on this planet. stick to those invasions with the teenage boys undertaking them. you'll agree that it was once a miracle.

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