The Last Zero Fighter: Firsthand Accounts From WWII Japanese Naval Pilots

Publisher: Glencoe/Mcgraw-Hill
SKU: DADAX1468178806
ISBN : 9781468178807
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The Last Zero Fighter: Firsthand Accounts from WWII Japanese Naval Pilots

Firsthand accounts from interviews conducted in Japan with five WWII Japanese Naval aviators. All are veterans of the pivotal battles of the Pacific War including; USS Panay, Nanking, Pearl Harbor, Wake Island, Rabaul, Port Darwin, Indian Ocean Raid, Ceylon, Midway, Guadalcanal, Marshall Islands, Tarawa, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, the Kamikaze in the Philippines, the home defense and the dropping of the atomic bomb. The book is 348 pages includes 78 photos (many from the veterans' own albums), 9 original maps and illustrations.Includes an introduction to the Japanese pilot training system for both officers and enlisted men.Each pilot is followed from the time he joined the navy until war's end. They explain in their own words; why they joined the navy, what they thought about the war, about the aircraft they flew, how they felt about their friends and their former adversaries.The interviews were conducted firsthand in their own language by KING who is a linguist and Pacific War historian who spent 10 years living in Japan. King has interviewed 97 Japanese WWII veterans and this is the first in a series of books on their experiences.

Specifications of The Last Zero Fighter: Firsthand Accounts from WWII Japanese Naval Pilots

AuthorDan King
PublisherCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Number Of Pages348
Publication Date2012-07-11
Height9 inch.
Length6 inch.
Width0.79 inch.
Weight1.31 pounds.

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