Naval strategy and wise economic moves are both critical in waging this far-flung war across an entire hemisphere. To the familiar elements from Axis & Allies, Axis & Allies: Pacific adds convoys, island air and naval bases, kamikazes, destroyers, and the Chinese army.
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Check out this book by journalist Hector Bywater who tried to look into the future from the 1920's and predict the course of a "future" war with Japan. It was said that Adm. Yamamoto read the book.
The Great Pacific War: A History of the American-Japanese Campaign of 1931-1933 by Hector C Bywater.
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Oh, very interesting... Thanks
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War Plan Orange, by Edward Miller is also an interesting read.
Another good one is Kogun: The Japanese Army in the Pacific War, by Saburo Hayashi, Alvin Coox. Hayashi was an Army General Staff officer during the war.
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