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Posted August 4, 2012
Interesting information and a useful historical overview of naval development, but the grammatical errors and malapropisms make one cringe. Didn't this book have an editor? And I'd prefer more than 119 pages for ten bucks.
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Posted April 16, 2012
It was soooooo sad. It showed the battle of Okinawa from the Japanese army's point of view. There was a sixteen-year-old boy named Kamio who joined the naval army and was on the ship Yamato. While he was gone, his home was attacked and his mother killed. Then there was the actual battle of Okinawa, where all his friends in the army were killed. He returned home only to find that his cousin Takao had been killed by the atom bomb that hit Hiroshima. And I was a foolish eleven-year-old when I watched the movie, so I didn't know that there would be an actual war scene when I saw it and that I would see people being brutally torn apart by the bullets U.S. aircraft shot. Because I wasn't expecting that, I didn't think to close my eyes and got to see the whole thing. It was really sad and thought-provoking.
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Posted March 26, 2011
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