Myths of Pearl Harbor Debunked


Practically Historical

While some conspiracy theories possess real merit…. the persistent thesis that high-ranking government officials had prior knowledge of the Japanese intention to attack Pearl Harbor warrant little consideration.  Here are some of the worst offenders:

  • The causes of the attack have never been fully investigated… To the contrary, there have been ten separate government inquiries into the events; the earliest in 1941 and the last coming in 1995.  All the findings indicate poor strategic planning, lack of proper intelligence channels, inconsistent code-breaking, and a failure of the Army and Navy to coordinate strategic troop disbursements.  Sadly, no conspiracies were discovered.

  • Many people heard Japanese radio traffic discussing the attack…  As American as apple pie, this yarn never seems to get old.  Trouble is, only Americans will swear to it.  Japanese military records indicate strict radio silence was a general order during the journey to Hawaiian waters.  The speculation…

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One Response to Myths of Pearl Harbor Debunked

  1. renxkyoko says:

    That’s true. I don’t think the government then would allow that to happen. Just like with 9/11 , I don’t think the Bush government would allow that to happen to the country… negligence , yes, they were guilty, and they were guilty too of using 9/11 to do whatever they liked. ( although I wouldn’t be surprised of Dick Cheney knew , the man is evil )

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