Death March on Mount Hakkoda: A Documentary Novel

Death March on Mount Hakkoda A Documentary Novel In a military training mission gone tragically wrong soldiers ascend Mount Hakkoda in the dead of winter and only eleven return This fictionalized account of a true incident remains one of Japan

  • Title: Death March on Mount Hakkoda: A Documentary Novel
  • Author: Jiro Nitta James Westerhoven
  • ISBN: 9781933330327
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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.Jiro Nitta 1912 80 was one of Japan s most popular authors and a winner of the NaokiIn 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.Jiro Nitta 1912 80 was one of Japan s most popular authors and a winner of the Naoki Prize.

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    1. Loved this. My best faction read of 2012!In real life Nitta had a horrible WW2, and then his wife and children had to walk home from Manchuria. So he's angry at the army and his book shows it.Some bits don't work . Tokushima seems like a nice guy and then suddenly he's really nasty to the guides. And why is a chap called Kuramochi griping at him over twenty pages in the middle? Where did he come from and why is he so pissed off? The brothers were cute, but it became a bit hysterical.C’est magn [...]

    2. A grim if meticulously-explored footnote to Japanese history, sans nostalgia or sentimentalismnjipress/2011/02/dea

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