Onwards Towards Our Noble DeathsBook - 2011 | 1st softcover ed.
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This was a great book about what its like to be a Japanese soldier during WWIII. I didn't realize how abusive the officers were to their own men. As one officer says in the book "the more we beat you, the better soldier you'll be..." Its quite shocking and disturbing. But it gives a great review of what its like to be a common soldier... the lives, the battles, the deaths, the ritual burials, and the concepts of justice, honourable death, and having to live (wanting to live) with the consequences of what is happening. It gives a very personable view of war as well as delving into Japanese culture, especially the culture that revolves around what it means to be a warrior.
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