Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Another extracts with my commentary WW2 headlines from:
"THE NEW YORK TIMES
COMPLETE WORLD WAR II
The Coverage of the Entire Conflict"
Headlines: "COVERAGE from the BATTLE FIELD to the HOME FRONT"
Image courtesy of Nippon News.
MAY 22, 1943
"Yamamoto Death Called Mystery; One Authority Suspects Suicide"
"Two versions of the death of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, said by Tokyo radio to have been killed in action while directing a naval operation from an airplane, were advanced in the United States yesterday."
"One of these, put out by the Office of War Information, raised the possibility that he might have been killed in the crash of a passenger airplane. The other was that he might have killed himself over the realization that Japan's far flung seizures in the Pacific were beginning to be rolled back."
IF ONLY THE NEW YORK TIMES KNEW THE TRUTH! YAMAMOTO HIS FLIGHT PLANS KNOWN IN ADVANCE, THE MAN STALKED AND KILLED IN A DELIBERATE MANNER! THE DEATH OF THE INDISPENSABLE ENEMY COMMANDER UNDERSTOOD AS HAVING ADVANTAGE.