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Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874 - 1965) The Second World War
Volume IV The Hinge Of Fate (1950) How The Power Of The Grand Alliance Became Preponderant Book I The Onslaught of Japan
Chapter XIV AMERICAN NAVAL VICTORIES
THE CORAL SEA AND MIDWAY ISLAND
...Nevertheless at this moment in the world struggle no one could be sure that Germany would not break Russia, or drive her beyond the Urals, and then be able to come back and invade Britain; or as an alternative spread through the Caucasus and Persia to join hands with the Japanese vanguards in India.

The rigidity of the Japanese planning and the tendency to abandon the object what their plans did not go according to schedule is thought to have been largely due to the cumbersome and imprecise nature of their language, which rendered it extremely difficult to improvise by means of signalled communications.

Tags: Вторая мировая война, Черчилль
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