The war in the Pacific was not just between Japan and America; it was also Britain's forgotten war and one of the dirtiest conflicts in living memory. Hell in the Pacific is a revisionist examination of that conflict, tracing the use of horrific torture and propaganda, not only by the Japanese but, controversially, by the Americans and the Allies as well. Included are previously unheard eyewitness accounts, and stories of American troops collecting noses, ears, and skulls as trophies.
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