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One could almost write a book about the book, so moving and well done is this account of one of the worst atrocities ever committed during modern warfare. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Scott Hedegard
The book I received had the pages mixed up from about page 327 to 357. It's not easy to go 3 page forward then come back 2 pages in order to read the book and enjoy the book. Read morePublished 20 days ago by wayne kessler
The story is wonderful, my husband has met one of the gentlemen who was in that march, survived and helped write it. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Andrea L Davis
The book itself, is good -- I would have liked to finish it. After page 225 or 227, however, the pages were scrambled, such that the text on one [page did not follow to the next. Read morePublished 2 months ago by amh
My mentor was a naval captain who survived this tragic piece of history. He was a kind, considerate and passionate Navy officer. He had a profound influence on my life. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sandy
excellent book. loved how they placed people from both sides in the story of Ben. can't believe how brutal the Japanese were. excellent read.Published 3 months ago by eugene f dunham III
Interesting story. Lots of detail in this book. It looks at the viewpoint from the Japanese side too. My hats off to all those who serve!Published 3 months ago by mitchswy