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10 thoughts on “Samurai by Saburo Sakai

  1. says:

    The first person story of Japan's greatest flying ace in World War II Explosive action Excruciatingly painful wounds and the stubborn pride of a man who refuses to be defeated One thing that makes this book fun i

  2. says:

    There's a lot of air battles in this And not much of anything else I liked Saburo's honesty There's a story where he and an allied pilot are locked in an exhausting dogfight Eventually Saburo gets a couple of shots at the cockpit glass shatters He pulls up alongside and the badly wounded allied pilot raises his arm in a sort of salute Saburo salutes back two warriors reaching out across the sky before he falls

  3. says:

    This was always one of my favorite books as a younger reader I finally met and came to know Saburo Sakai and he was one of the most entertaining interviews I ever conducted and published This book is 100% true no embellishment and if you want to see the mind of a young man who became a national hero in a war he hated read this book

  4. says:

    For someone who is perpetually intrigued by the combat that took place in the Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II it was very interesting to read a book from the perspective of a Japanese fighter ace I had p

  5. says:

    A very interesting biography of a WWII Japanese fighter pilot and his experiences during the war He was one of Jap

  6. says:

    A must read for anyone interested in the Japanese viewpoint of WWII Combined with Toland's 'The Rising Sun' this book gives a great look into the war and what it meant for a single Japanese pilot from the promising beginning where the Japanese Zero fighter was the apex predator of the sky to the hopeless ending where Japan resorted to the desperate tactic of kamikaze attacksSakai does well to dispute some of the American propag

  7. says:

    Saburo Sakai gives a no nonsense look behind the curtain of the IJN air corp For those of us who have studied the training techniues the Japanese used on their trainees there will be little surprise at the brutality they dished out to new re

  8. says:

    This is the autobiography of Japan's greatest ace pilot to survive WWII Saburo Sakai became a hero in his homeland and his account of his place in the Pacific War is even handed and illuminating In the early days of the war victory seems to come relatively easy to him and the other pilots in his fighter group due to their superior training and the excellence of the Mitsubishi Zero fighter As the war wears on however and the United States be

  9. says:

    I read alot of these books When I was in High School at Sebeka MN and when I was in the Army Especially my 1st Tour as a MP in Muenster by Dieberg Aschafflengberg Darmstadt areaTrying to find and catalog the books I have read in the pastMany I need to re read again

  10. says:

    Without a doubt my favourite book about aviation in WW2