Wednesday, October 14, 2015

On the Fact that the Three Supposedly Definitive Texts ("The Challenge to Isolation", "The Undeclared War", and "The Road to Pearl Harbor") that Were Written in the Aftermath of World War Two Were Penned by Former O.S.S. and State Department Officials; S. Everett Gleason, William Langer, and Herbert Feis

When I've used the term, "court historian", in past writings, it was always in a figurative manner. Not this time, folks.


BB-Idaho said...

We note that hagiography goes way back.
Perhaps it is a division of History, like the historical novel and the
commonly redacted stuff we are used to?

Will "take no prisoners" Hart said...

Bernanke's book might be an example. Dick Cheney's, too.