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  1. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    No, but as you recommend it I'll order it online soon.

    For an outside view of pacification, anti-guerrilla warfare etc by a long serving Australian adviser in Vietnam, you might be interested in...
  2. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    All true.

    Some of the important differences between Malaya and Vietnam were:
    1. Scale of conflict. Malaya was a small scale guerrilla war with no regular, let alone enemy forces able to engage...
  3. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    Searched forum as I thought I'd mentioned it before (maybe a couple of years ago rather seven years ago as it turns out, but that's how old age goes), and here is the book I couldn't recall above.
  4. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    Correct.

    However, there was a chance for the same principles to apply in Vietnam, if they had been applied with the same energy and rigour as they were in Malaya. But they weren't, not least...
  5. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    Yeah, a perfect example of tunnel vision. I was focused exclusively on the big white tanks and nothing else in the picture registered.
  6. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    As the tanks were full, there wasn't much prospect that any bullet of any calibre or type fired from an IJN plane was going to set fire to the tanks.

    It's a bit similar to the basics in an...
  7. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    I apologise for barking into the air my thoughts relating the British Commonwealth success in Malaya to Vietnam, as you clearly know that Malaya had nothing to do with Vietnam.

    If he was still...
  8. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    Good article at http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~tpilsch/INTA4803TP/Articles/Oil%20Logistics%20in%20the%20Pacific%20War=Donovan.pdf

    The author's opening quotation is wrong, as amateurs talk tactics...
  9. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    I think you should have stopped with your previous post, parts of which were coherent.
  10. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    Thank you for that well reasoned and valuable contribution to the discussion, ably supported by historical evidence.

    After reading your concise and penetrating insights into history, not to...
  11. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    I doubt it.

    The third wave was intended to destroy the oil storages. They survived only because of the abandonment of the third wave.
  12. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    All correct.

    Plus Admiral Nagumo was concerned that the long turn around time to mount the third strike exposed his fleet to the risk of US carrier or land based air attacks, while his fleet
    was...
  13. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    Which merely reinforces my point that the Japanese failed to identify the oil storages as a target and didn't have the necessary munitions to set them on fire. Although it wasn't necessary to set...
  14. Re: 1937 Newspaper Accurately Predicted Pearl Harbor Attack

    Debatable, but one has to try to balance knowledge at the time with 20/20 hindsight.

    If Japan hadn't attacked the US in Hawaii, the Philippines or elsewhere, and despite the erosion of...
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