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Blossoms in the wind : human legacies of the Kamikaze

Author: Mordecai G Sheftall
Publisher: New York : NAL Caliber, 2006, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"By October 1944, Japan was fighting for her life. Her fuel reserves and food supply were running out. Most of her fleet lay at the bottom of the Pacific. What remained of her once vaunted air power was hunted quarry in skies ruled by American fighter planes." "Now the unstoppable Allied juggernaut was rapidly closing a noose around the neck of the Japanese nation itself." "In a last-ditch, desperate attempt to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Military history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mordecai G Sheftall
ISBN: 0451218523 0451214870 9780451214874 9780451218520
OCLC Number: 1089667979
Description: x, 430 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: A time for heroes --
St. Lo overture --
Yasukuni --
The road to Mabalacat --
Ōnishi's gamble --
Poster boy --
Fed up with losing and ready to die --
All boys dream of flying --
An old man's dream --
The lights of Talisay --
Attack orders --
The ultimate smart bomb --
The Yokaren candidate --
I wanted wings --
Amenities --
Looking for a few good war gods --
Flight of the thunder gods --
Echoes of thunder --
A soldier's scrapbook --
Bright-eyed boys from the provinces --
Fighter jock --
Belt of a thousand stitches --
Nadeshiko --
Band of sisters --
The Nadeshiko unit --
Fireflies --
A peaceful village --
Doctor Hiroshima --
Setagaya Kan'non --
Pilgrimage to Chiran --
Torpedomen in twilight --
Kudan Kaikan --
Toshiharu Konada --
Harumi Kawasaki --
Rearranging the firmament --
Metal implement number six --
Enter the Kaiten --
A pillar of smoke by day --
Going home.
Responsibility: M.G. Sheftall.

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"By October 1944, Japan was fighting for her life. Her fuel reserves and food supply were running out. Most of her fleet lay at the bottom of the Pacific. What remained of her once vaunted air power was hunted quarry in skies ruled by American fighter planes." "Now the unstoppable Allied juggernaut was rapidly closing a noose around the neck of the Japanese nation itself." "In a last-ditch, desperate attempt to stave off the inevitable, the Japanese high command unleased a new breed of warrior unique in the history of human conflict. They were the kamikaze - living incarnations of the legendary "Divine Wind" that had saved the home islands from invasion centuries before - idealistic young men believing there could be no greater glory than to sacrifice their lives in suicide attacks to defend the sacred soil of their homeland as a proud nation prepared to choose "the honorable death of the 100 million" over the ignominy of surrender and occupation." "But what of those men who took the sacred oath to die in battle - and lived?" "Soon after the 9/11 attacks that shattered the peace of his own homeland, ethnographer M.G Sheftall was given unprecedented, intimate access to the cloistered community of Japan's last remaining kamikaze corps survivors. The result is a poignant and unforgettable glimpse into the lives and mind-sets of former kamikaze pilots, who, through chance or fate, were prevented from completing their final missions. For some, the war ended before they finished the dangerously haphazard training, while others were forced by equipment failure to return in disgrace. All endured the pain of watching friends go to their deaths, only to realize upon Japan's defeat that the samurai code of honor they had striven to live and die by had been distorted by the country's leadership - first to sell an unwinnable war to a patriotic populace, then to cheer an entire nation on toward glorious self-immolation once it was clear that the war was lost." "In a world where the suicide bomber has once again become the preferred weapon of resistance for a militant cause sworn to bring the West to its knees at any cost, this testimony has never been more vitally important and relevant."--Jacket.

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