Shōkan: Hirohito's Samurai

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Arms and Armour, 1992 - Admirals - 319 pages
This is a study of the Shokan -- the Japanese counterparts of the German and Allied General and Flag Officers during World War II. This book enables the reader to chart the careers of Japanese military leaders, their part in the strategy and structure of their country, their feats of bravery and cruelty, and, where known, their eventual fate.

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