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Well written and easy to read "No Surrender" is a book worth reading.
For humanists this is a positive message and a remarkable tale about the ability of the human spirit to endure great hardships for the sake of beliefs and duty.
While I was reading these books about WWII Onoda was still fighting it.
World War II story of events in real life often overlooked when dealing with the enemy, this brings human dram to the forefrontPublished 4 days ago by P. Howell
It was alright. Not a bad book but not as good as I thought it would be.Published 11 days ago by Wakse Tuwe
This man is a patriot to Japan. His struggle was great and he honored his name, country and family. I wish I could meet him.Published 17 days ago by Charles I. Cheshire
There's a book somewhere about poor, peaceful, productive villagers living on Lubang Island, only 90 miles from Manilla, whose homes were ravaged by an aggressive, sadistic,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jemmie Wang
This book is truly amazing tracking the life and times of the last Japanese soldier to surrender in WWII.Published 3 months ago by JDM