Paul S. Dull

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Paul S. Dull joined the United States Marine Corps in 1941, already having completed his Ph.D. at the University of Washington.  Serving as a language officer, he helped establish the Japanese Language school for the purpose of teaching front-line combat Japanese to enlisted Marines.  Paul Dull returned to civilian life in 1994, working for the Officer of War Information where he was responsible for daily estimates of Japanese domestic and military conditions.  Paul S. Dull is the author of The Tokyo Trials and Battle History of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1941- 1945.


According to the book description of Battle History of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1941- 1945, “For almost 20 years, more than 200 reels of microfilmed Japanese naval records remained in the custody of the U.S. Naval History Division, virtually untouched. This unique book draws on those sources and others to tell the story of the Pacific War from the viewpoint of the Japanese. Former Marine Corps officer and Asian scholar Paul Dull focuses on the major surface engagements of the war--Coral Sea, Midway, the crucial Solomon’s campaign, and the last-ditch battles in the Marianas and Philippines. Also included are detailed track charts and a selection of Japanese photographs of major vessels and actions.”

Battle History of the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1941- 1945
Paul S. Dull  More Info
The Tokyo Trials: A Functional Index to the Proceedings of the International Military Tribunal for th eFar East
Paul S. Dull and Michael Takaaki Umemura  More Info

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