Death March on Mount Hakkōda: A Documentary Novel

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Stone Bridge Press, 1992 - Fiction - 204 pages
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In a military training mission gone tragically wrong, 210 soldiers ascend Mount Hakkoda in the dead of winter and only eleven return. This fictionalized account of a true incident remains one of Japan's most poignant stories about soldiers' courage and the dangers of reckless leadership.

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This excellent antiwar documentary novel, which sold 1.8 million copies in Japan, is made very accessible to the American reader by Westerhoven's smooth and compelling translation. The tale revolves ... Read full review

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