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.
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