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Great book and a lesson in history
Interesting look in to the war with Japan and the main players.Good detail and facts I did not know. Will defiantly check out the other books in the Killing series.
Another great "killing of"
While I didn't like as much as some of the others it's a great read. Must have for history buffs
Understanding, thought provoking, and insightful.
Growing up in NYC, then in Miami, Fl I had many teachers, neighbors and friends who fought during WW2 in the Pacific theater.
I would ask them of there experiences during the war of which they would kindly deflect interest and changed the topic. Out of respect I would never again ask. Thanks you for helping understand the enormous contribution made by a very amazing and truly greatest who walked among us.
Very Enjoyable Read
I enjoyed this account of the war in the Pacific Theatre - something we rarely hear about other than Pearl Harbor and the dropping of the two bombs on Japan. Mr. O’Reilly makes this an interesting and enjoyable read.
Lest we forget...
Bill O’Reilly & Martin Dugard bring back points not (always) shared in history but are essential facts of how truly bad the Japanese truly were in WW2. I am disappointed that there were (US) decisions and policies made to not fully hold the Japanese more accountable (and punished) for their crimes. The brutality and horrors were captured in a compelling and well written insight of the main characters during America’s worst and greatest moments. Bought it Monday and finshed it Wednesday. Well written and yet very sobering.
Can't put down AGAIN
By R in ga
As a granddaughter and great niece of ww2 vets, and a lover of history, this book is not only riveting, but it allows readers to feel and understand the gravity of war.it IS HELL, and people do not understand how horrifically the Japanese leaders and soldiers behaved during this time. This explains why my grandfather wouldn't speak of the war and viewed the Japanese so negatively!now, the country is peaceful, rich w culture and technology, but to the men who fought in ww2, it was a different place!well written and could not put down!
Killing the Rising Sun
By Purple stupidness
Great read with a lot of historical data. O Reilly makes this very interesting and informative. I couldn't put it down.
This was a great read, I could not put the book down.
I have been interested in the usage of atomic bombs and it was really great to read about them in detail!!
No spin zone!!!!
Page one, attacks Obama by proximity through his pastor...no spin zone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! History is history; biased history is a tabloid. You're reading a tabloid. I am sure your pen never touched paper Bill but stop writing please. If you're looking for a real history book read a real history book.