Political Treachery


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Political Treachery


U.S. Army Photo

Brigadier General Walter S. Short was all smiles when general George C. Marshall, US Army Chief of Staff, boosted his rank to Lieutenant General and named him commander of the Hawaiian Department of the Army in February of 1941. Little did Short know that Marshall intended him as the US Army scapegoat for the Japanese attack of December 7. Read the exclusive account of Marshall's political treachery in Day of Deceit.