Pearl Harbor: The Seeds and Fruits of Infamy

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Pearl Harbor: The Seeds and Fruits of Infamy

This book by the world expert on Pearl Harbor blows the top off a 70-year cover-up, reporting for the first time on long-suppressed interviews, documents, and corroborated evidence.

The bottom line thesis: that the attack December 7, 1941 was not unexpected or unprovoked. Nor was it the reason that Franklin Roosevelt declared a war that resulted in massive human slaughter. Instead, this book establishes, in exhaustive detail, that Pearl Harbor was permitted as a public relations measure to rally the public - and the blame shifted from the White House, where it belonged, to the men on the ground who were unprepared for the attack.

The author is Percy Greaves (1906-1984). For 70 years, his documents have been the primary source of revisionist scholarship on Pearl Harbor. The documents were prepared under his leadership by the minority on the Congressional commission that investigated Pearl Harbor from 1945 to 1946, because he acted as the main counsel for the Republican minority.

He conducted in-person, detailed, comprehensive interviews with all the main players at Pearl Harbor and many people in the security apparatus. The contents of these interviews are corroborated by military records. More than any other person, he was qualified to speak on this subject. He possessed encyclopedic knowledge and had access to research available to no one else.

However, for many reasons, the documents were not published. He continued to work on this book for many years before his death in 1984. At that point, his wife Bettina Bien Greaves took up the project. The result is absolutely astonishing.

The scenario it describes is not unknown even in our own times. A brutal attack on American soil comes from a foreign source. Death and destruction are everywhere. The nation is furious and thirsty for vengeance. The search is on for the perpetrators and those in government who failed to see it coming. The ruling administration goes to war while manufacturing a cover-up of the details. Congress investigates and eventually produces a report that exonerates the President and the security apparatus that did not work to prevent the attack, while blaming those closest to the disaster.

This scenario might apply to 9-11; recall that it was airport security that caught the blame, and not the Bush administration. And then began the "war on terror" that has bloated government security, escalated military conflicts the world over, and grown government power to unspeakable levels. Conspiracy theories abound because government has never really come clean.

The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 60 years earlier followed a similar trajectory. As with 9-11, Franklin Roosevelt had pursued a range of policies that provoked the attack. It was no secret that he wanted to enter the war. For years, historians have pointed to evidence that FDR possessed intelligence that demonstrated high risk of attack.

What if Pearl Harbor was merely the excuse FDR needed to enter the war and not the actual reason? What if he was fully aware that an attack might have been expected? What if the Congressional report that appeared after was more of a cover-up than anything else?

Much of his research has never appeared in print - effectively suppressed for 70 years. Even the censored minority report did not include it all. But at long last, the fullness of this report is revealed. The result is this monumental book, completed and edited by Bettina Greaves and published by the Mises Institute. Pearl Harbor is a 1,000-page indictment of the Roosevelt administration, one that finally and devastatingly rips the lid of a case that has been shrouded in mystery for generations.

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This book by the world expert on Pearl Harbor blows the top off a 70-year cover-up, reporting for the first time on long-suppressed interviews, documents, and corroborated evidence.

The bottom line thesis: that the attack December 7, 1941 was not unexpected or unprovoked. Nor was it the reason that Franklin Roosevelt declared a war that resulted in massive human slaughter. Instead, this book establishes, in exhaustive detail, that Pearl Harbor was permitted as a public relations measure to rally the public - and the blame shifted from the White House, where it belonged, to the men on the ground who were unprepared for the attack.

The author is Percy Greaves (1906-1984). For 70 years, his documents have been the primary source of revisionist scholarship on Pearl Harbor. The documents were prepared under his leadership by the minority on the Congressional commission that investigated Pearl Harbor from 1945 to 1946, because he acted as the main counsel for the Republican minority.

He conducted in-person, detailed, comprehensive interviews with all the main players at Pearl Harbor and many people in the security apparatus. The contents of these interviews are corroborated by military records. More than any other person, he was qualified to speak on this subject. He possessed encyclopedic knowledge and had access to research available to no one else.

However, for many reasons, the documents were not published. He continued to work on this book for many years before his death in 1984. At that point, his wife Bettina Bien Greaves took up the project. The result is absolutely astonishing.

The scenario it describes is not unknown even in our own times. A brutal attack on American soil comes from a foreign source. Death and destruction are everywhere. The nation is furious and thirsty for vengeance. The search is on for the perpetrators and those in government who failed to see it coming. The ruling administration goes to war while manufacturing a cover-up of the details. Congress investigates and eventually produces a report that exonerates the President and the security apparatus that did not work to prevent the attack, while blaming those closest to the disaster.

This scenario might apply to 9-11; recall that it was airport security that caught the blame, and not the Bush administration. And then began the "war on terror" that has bloated government security, escalated military conflicts the world over, and grown government power to unspeakable levels. Conspiracy theories abound because government has never really come clean.

The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 60 years earlier followed a similar trajectory. As with 9-11, Franklin Roosevelt had pursued a range of policies that provoked the attack. It was no secret that he wanted to enter the war. For years, historians have pointed to evidence that FDR possessed intelligence that demonstrated high risk of attack.

What if Pearl Harbor was merely the excuse FDR needed to enter the war and not the actual reason? What if he was fully aware that an attack might have been expected? What if the Congressional report that appeared after was more of a cover-up than anything else?

Much of his research has never appeared in print - effectively suppressed for 70 years. Even the censored minority report did not include it all. But at long last, the fullness of this report is revealed. The result is this monumental book, completed and edited by Bettina Greaves and published by the Mises Institute. Pearl Harbor is a 1,000-page indictment of the Roosevelt administration, one that finally and devastatingly rips the lid of a case that has been shrouded in mystery for generations.

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