Monday, December 11, 2017
Warning Signs That War Was On the Way-- Part 2: Accurate Predictions
JANUARY 27, 1941
Though the Navy relays the ambassador's note to Admiral Husband Kimmel, the newly named commander at Pearl Harbor, it places "no credence" in it. Such rumors had existed long enough to become a cliche in military circles.
MARCH 31, 1941
Two U.S. air-defense officials say a Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor would probably happen at dawn, from carriers less than 300 miles away, and before war was officially declared.
The Martin-Bellinger report proved remarkably accurate.
Sounds Familiar. --GreGen