Get new blog posts sent directly to your email inbox!

Today in World War II History

Read Today's Article

Today in World War II History—November 5, 1941

Emperor Hirohito, Empress Kojun, and their children, 7 Dec 1941 (public domain via Wikipedia)

Emperor Hirohito, Empress Kojun, and their children, 7 Dec 1941 (public domain via Wikipedia)

80 Years Ago—Nov. 5, 1941: Japanese Imperial Conference, including Emperor Hirohito, decides to go to war against US, UK, and the Netherlands in early December if Japanese demands are not met.

Joint Board of the US Army and Navy agrees the primary objective is to defeat Germany and avoid war with Japan.

Comments are closed.

Until Leaves Fall In Paris
“Sundin is a master at her craft, and avid readers will devour this in one sitting.”
—Library Journal starred review
NOW AVAILABLE!

A Free Gift for You

Make It Do - The US Home Front in World War II

When you subscribe to my monthly enewsletter, you’ll also receive “Make It Do – The US Home Front in World War II,” a collection of my popular blog posts. As a subscriber, you’ll also be the first to learn about my upcoming novels.