The Battle of Midway and the Complexity of Good and Evil in History

The Japanese heavy cruiser Mikuma, June 1942 after being bombed by planes from Enterprise and USS Hornet (CV-8). Source: Naval History and Heritage Command, U.S. Navy photo 80-G-414422 (public domain)

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