Seagrave's did an astounding amount of research to write this book.
This was kindof hard to read with all the names of Japan's and other names but the book was very informative of what happened to the gold.
I am convinced that when these records are able to be released they will confirm, or deny, many of the statements in the book.
Very interesting book that ties together so many odd instances... so much useful information about Col Lansdale and his various actions.Published 17 days ago by Michael Linnard
An incisive, well documented, and horrifying insight into the depravity of the human condition, and the power of greed.Published 25 days ago by Michael long
It's hard to add anything to the other five-star reviews here, but in the huge puzzle of world events that have occurred since WWII, this book fills in a very large piece. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TLR
The authors, Sterling and Peggy Seagrave, had to go into hiding for one year after this book was published. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gary Norman
A clear warning of what happens when people are trusted with power. I also purchased the data discs with all of the primary source info - amazing amount of very credible research. Read morePublished 2 months ago by W. Boytim
The seagraves seemed to have become unreachable after this book came out. It supports Iris Chang's claim that the Imperial Family members were actively involved in the atrocities... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dwight
Gold Warriors explains how the CIA (the OSS at the time) became extremely powerful after WW II. The clandestine discovery of Yamashita's treasure (a Japanese General in charge of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by John W. Onesti
I am just like most people - I love a good conspiracy theory. But this book goes way beyond "theory" and documents names, places, and historical facts that cannot be... Read morePublished 6 months ago by BlaineCC