Shobun: A Forgotten War Crime in the Pacific

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Stackpole Books, 1995 - History - 147 pages
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The tragic story of one downed WWII American naval aircraft crew, brutally beheaded to boost the morale of their captors. Includes detailed accounts of war crimes trials.

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The author's father, William Goodwin, the copilot of a PBY Catalina flying boat, was shot down off the Celebes coast during a night attack in October 1944. Goodwin and eight other survivors were ... Read full review

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