The inflection point in the Pacific Theatre of World War II. A detailed analysis of the battle, and decisions of the commanders from a tactical and strategic point of view. The exciting story of the most important battle of the war in the Pacific. Learn all the details of what happened in the staffs of Nimitz, in Pearl Harbor; Yamamoto, on the battleship Yamato; of Nagumo, in the aircraft carrier Akagi; Yamaguchi, in the Hiryu; in Fletcher’s Yorktown, and in Spruance’s Enterprise. All the strategic, tactical and logistical, procedures for encryption of messages, use of ships, aircraft and weapons, in the battle of Midway, and the previous battle of the Coral Sea. It seemed that the combined Squadron was going to give a good account of the basis of Midway, and the rest of the fleet of the Americans that was left in the Pacific. Only two operational aircraft carriers, and a third one with serious constraints, that was the only thing that separated the combined Squad of Japan from the coast of the United States. Apparently the war was sentenced, but... If we regard something as important in applying the fundamental principles of war, it is the correct use of surprise, the more profitable, this allows good commanders to make their mark clear, 'the mark of the genius', do just the opposite of what the enemy foresees.
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