Mark Douglas Announces Release of 'MacArthur's Pacific Appeasement, December 8, 1941'
In "MacArthur's Pacific Appeasement, December 8, 1941: The Missing Ten Hours" (published by Trafford Publishing), author Mark Douglas' new history book, readers are taken back to World War II and shown how Douglas MacArthur was "a bad guy."
"I am trying to show that MacArthur was a traitor to the U.S., the U.S Army and all his troops," says Douglas. "Many thousands of people, not just soldiers, sailors and airmen, died because he refused to take action."
Douglas argues throughout "MacArthur's Pacific Appeasement, December 8, 1941" that the general should have been pulled out of his position when General Short and Admiral Kimmel were removed from Hawaii. With over 13 years of research, Douglas presents readers with information on how FDR turned a blind eye to MacArthur for personal reasons, how MacArthur failed in the Pacific and much more.
"I want readers to understand there are always two sides to history, and this side shows MacArthur was NOT a hero," he says.
An excerpt from the book:
"MacArthur to several of his staff: 'Remember, take no action until the first Japanese bomb falls from a plane and hits Philippine soil."
"MacArthur's Pacific Appeasement, December 8, 1941"
By Mark Douglas
Softcover | 8.25 x 11 in | 294 pages | ISBN 9781466969063
E-Book | 294 pages | ISBN 9781466969070
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Mark Douglas retired from the U.S. Navy in 1968 as a senior chief petty officer and entered the computer industry as an instructor. He moved from one company to another every two years until he retired to a small ranch and began producing wine. He and his wife, Nora-Gaye, reside in Gardnerville, Nev. in semi-retirement. He has published four other books and has two in the works.