Every major government's military makes plans for waging wars, hoping that they never have to be employed. In the early part of the last century the US government prepared a number of war contingency plans for invading a number of nations - both hostile and friendly. These color-coded plans were designed for various political and military events, some of which actually unfolded in WWII. NeverWars explores and provides details on a number of these key military invasion plans, their triggers, units involved, etc. Some of these plans, if executed, would have altered the globe or changed the events of the 20th century and beyond.Included with this was the naval war in the Pacific against Japan in the 1930's, the US plans to land forces in France in the event that it fell during WWI, the US planned invasion of Ireland, Canada, Iceland, Mexico, and even China! The book cover plans such as: War Plan Orange: The war against Japan in the 1930s War Plan Red and Crimson: The planned attacks against the UK and Canada War Plan Garnet: The planned invasion of Ireland War Plan Black: The worst case scenario for the Great War - attacking Germany after France collapses War Plan Green: The 1910 war plans for invading Mexico War Plan Brown: Attacking the Philippines War Plan Gold: War with France War Plan Yellow: The US planned attack and invasion of China War Plan Indigo: The US attack on Iceland War Plan Purple: Attacks against several South American nations The Rainbow Plans: The post-First World War plans for facing several global alliances Never Wars: The US Plans to Invade the World is a must for any military historian or fan of alternate history.
Blaine L. Pardoe is an award-winning author of numerous books in the SF, military non-fiction, true crime, paranormal and business management genres. He has appeared on a number of national television and radio shows to speak about his books. Pardoe has been a featured speaker at the US National Archives, the US Navy Museum and the New York Military Affairs Symposium. He was awarded the State History Award in 2011 by the Historical Society of Michigan and is a silver medal winner from the Military Writers Society of America in 2010. Pardoe had previously written for Fonthill Media with the critically acclaimed The Bad Boy: Bert Hall, Aviator and Mercenary of the Skies.