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  • Pierre Burton

    Bruce Lee's in-depth interview at The Pierre Berton Show, originally recorded in 1971, just a couple of years before he passed away. The interview was lost and would not be found and aired again until...read more

  • Bruce Lee

    A stunning account of how the American military's breaking of the Japanese diplomatic Purple codes led to the defeat of Nazi Germany. Bruce Lee, having had access to more than one million pages of US Army documents and thousands of pages of daily top-secret messages dispatched to Tokyo from the Japanese embassy in Berlin, assembles fascinating revelations about pivotal moments in the war, including the reason Eisenhower stopped his army at the Elbe and let the Russians capture Berlin, the invasion of Europe, and the battles on the African and Eastern fronts. This groundbreaking book clearly demonstrates how the success of the American code breakers led to so many favorable military...read more

  • Pierre Burton

    Bruce Lee's in-depth interview at The Pierre Berton Show, originally recorded in 1971, just a couple of years before he passed away. The interview was lost and would not be found and aired again until...read more

  • Bruce Lee

    This account of the top secret investigation is 'essential history . . . the authoritative appraisal of why American armed forces met the Japanese attack asleep' (The Christian Science Monitor). On December 6, 1941, Admiral Husband E. Kimmel, commander in chief of the United States Pacific Fleet, assured his staff that the Japanese would not attack Pearl Harbor. The next morning, Japanese carriers steamed toward Hawaii to launch one of the most devastating surprise attacks in the history of war, proving the admiral disastrously wrong. Immediately, an investigation began into how the American military could have been caught so unaware. The results of the initial investigation failed to...read more