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Author: Saburo Sakai
Flying the Zero in WWII with Japan's fighter ace. Here's the story of the greatest air battles of the Pacific War from the Japanese view.
ISBN: 24042
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Book Type: Paperback
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An interesting look at air combat in the Pacific theatre of World War Two. I found interesting the Japanese point of view. Too many of the histories have been written from one point of view only. Of particular interest to me was the insight into the culture of Japan at the time. Not heavily weighed down with specifics, gives a interesting overview of the war from early victories to grueling defeat.
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Flying the Zero in WW II with Japan's fighter ace.