Scapegoat - the Death of Prince of Wales and Repulse, Hardback Book

Scapegoat - the Death of Prince of Wales and Repulse Hardback


Scapegoat: The Death of Prince of Wales and Repulse' is a radical new account of one of Britain's greatest naval disasters.

Making full use of modern research and unrivalled access to privazte family papers, it suggests that Admiral Sir Tom Phillips, the commander of the so-called 'Force Z', was made the scapegoat for a battle in which he was blameless, and that Winston Churchill, the Admiralty and chronic failures in ship design and Intelligence were what sank the ships.

The book also shows what a very close run thing the sinkings were, and how Japanese success depended on them having luck on their side. 'Scapegoat' is a convincing attempt to right a wrong that has been allowed to stand for over 70 years, as well as a prime illustration of the way in which the Establishment always protects itself first.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 256 pages, 40 images and illustrations
  • Publisher: Pen & Sword Books Ltd
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  • Category: Asian history
  • ISBN: 9781783831784



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