Pearl Harbour memo shows US warned of Japanese attack

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At www.telegraph.co.uk

Conspiracy theorists have long claimed that Roosevelt deliberately ignored intelligence of an imminent attack in Hawaii, suggesting that he allowed it to happen so that he would then have a legitimate reason for declaring war on Japan. But historian Craig Shirley said, 'Based on all my research, I believe that neither Roosevelt nor anybody in his government, the Navy or the War Department knew that the Japanese were going to attack Pearl Harbour. There was no conspiracy.'

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American Presidents learned and learned very well ... by GLloyd Rowsey on Wednesday, Dec 7, 2011 at 8:48:33 AM
Rupert Murdoch's Telegraph continues the Big Lie. ... by Joe Giambrone on Wednesday, Dec 7, 2011 at 10:01:11 AM
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