very in depth view from the Japanese perspective
Fascinating look at one of the most important battles of WW2. Brought many of the Admirals in the Japanese fleet into focus. I always thought based on Prague's analysis that Yamamoto was an "honorable" leader who was fighting a war forced on him. Not true.
I thought it was very good. A lot of detailed information from the Japanese point of view. If you like technical breakdowns of battles you will like this.
It is very detailed and technical. I loved it but a person who does not want such minute detail or is not totally fascinated about naval and air strategy they will not finish it.
Accurately researched presentation on how Japan viewed and experienced the battle. A look beyond the Hollywood and victors recall of events
It’s a afternoon movie at school.
Enjoyed the book. a lot of detailed information, sometimes too in depth. There were some facts and names that were just too many and confusing. Unless you have an extraordinary memory, most of this will be immediately forgotten. His observations comparing his views with those of other authors was insightful. Overall a good and scholarly treatise on a major battle of World War II.
Boring,could have been half as long to get to the gist of the story.
Great narration. Clear and immersive. Only downside is no supporting visual aids. I recommend YouTube “Montemayor” battle of midway videos to supplement and have some visuals.
Excellent book could not stop listening
EXCELLENT deeper analysis of the Midway campaign.
A unique perspective to those familiar with only the American perspective. I would not consider this to be the definitive Midway account, but it does bring to light things that need to be considered.
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