Nestled among the names is that of Isoroku Yamamoto
, who signed the book on October 22 1923.
Recognizing that it would be impossible in a single volume to discuss in detail the entire assault on Rabaul, Gamble closed his work with a chapter about the successful interception and killing of Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
by United States Army Air Force Lockheed P-38 pilots in April 1943.
, who led the Pearl Harbor attack, foresaw the eventual ramifications of his mission.
Adm Isoroku Yamamoto
sent a massive fleet against Midway Island with the same objectives, and the ensuing battle on 5-7 June, resulting in a resounding American victory, marked the start of the three-and-one-half-year campaign across the Pacific to Tokyo Bay.
, who planned the attack on Pearl Harbor, in several films, including ``Storm Over the Pacific'' (1960) and the American-made ``Midway'' (1976).
This raid was so significant that it was studied carefully by Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
while planning his attack on Pearl Harbor thirteen months later.
In 1943, Barber shot down Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
, the mastermind behind the attack on Pearl Harbor.
, commander in chief of the Japanese Imperial Navy and planner of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, over the Solomon Islands in April 1943.
On page 32, in the margin, is a statement "Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
was the Osama Bin Laden of World War II.