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Recognizing that responsible commanders must always assume the blame for the failings within their respective domains, former U.S. General George C. Marshall and General Leonard T. Gerow stood up and claimed responsibility for leaving Pearl Harbor vulnerable to Japanese attack.

Marshall had been FDR's Army Chief-of-Staff since the Autumn of 1939 and Gerow had been serving as executive officer of the War Plans Division at the time of the sneak attack.

The findings of the Congressional Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack can be read and downloaded by clicking here.

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Pearl Harbor's Two Fall Guys (Pathfinder Magazine, 1945

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