On December 7, 1941, Imperial Japanese air and naval forces launched a surprise attack on the US naval base Pearl Harbour, in Hawaii. Secret agent Kilsoo Haan tried, to no avail, to warn the US what was coming.On December 7, 1941, Imperial Japanese air and naval forces launched a surprise attack on the US naval base Pearl Harbour, in Hawaii. Secret agent Kilsoo Haan tried, to no avail, to warn the US what was coming.
On December 7, 1941, Imperial Japanese air and naval forces launched a surprise attack on the US naval base Pearl Harbour, in Hawaii. Secret agent Kilsoo Haan tried, to no avail, to warn the US what was coming.

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Kilsoo Haan – the Korean secret agent who warned the US about Pearl Harbour attack

  • Biography of secret agent reveals US officials dismissed a Japanese attack as ‘a product of Haan’s imagination’
  • Haan’s espionage network of low-level workers also warned of rise of communism in Korea
Topic |   Legacy of war in Asia
On December 7, 1941, Imperial Japanese air and naval forces launched a surprise attack on the US naval base Pearl Harbour, in Hawaii. Secret agent Kilsoo Haan tried, to no avail, to warn the US what was coming.On December 7, 1941, Imperial Japanese air and naval forces launched a surprise attack on the US naval base Pearl Harbour, in Hawaii. Secret agent Kilsoo Haan tried, to no avail, to warn the US what was coming.
On December 7, 1941, Imperial Japanese air and naval forces launched a surprise attack on the US naval base Pearl Harbour, in Hawaii. Secret agent Kilsoo Haan tried, to no avail, to warn the US what was coming.
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