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Fujita - Flying Samurai His Aerial Bombing of the Continental United States in World War II - Documentary by Bert and Margie Webber

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Published by Webb Research Group Publishers .
Written in English

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8413780M
ISBN 100936738952

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Steven Fujita is a regular contributor to the multi-media website, , publishing articles on a variety of topics. In this novella, Sword of the Undead, Mr. Fujita incorporates his interest in history, Jidaigeki (Japanese period drama), episodic samurai drama, and the supernatural/5(4). Nobuo Fujita (藤田信雄) ( – 30 September ) was a Japanese naval aviator and warrant flying officer of the Imperial Japanese Navy who flew a floatplane from the long-range submarine aircraft carrier I and conducted the Lookout Air Raids in southern Oregon on September 9, , making him the only Axis pilot during World War II to aerial bomb the contiguous United Buried: Brookings, Oregon. Samurai! is a autobiographical book by Saburo Sakai co-written with Fred Saito and Martin Caidin. It describes the life and career of Saburō Sakai, the Japanese combat aviator who fought against American fighter pilots in the pacific theater of World War II, surviving the war with 64 kills as one of Japan 's leading flying : Saburo Sakai with Fred Saito and Martin Caidin. Fujita: Flying Samurai by Bert and Margie Webber. Imperial Japanese Navy pilot Fujita was the only enemy pilot to bomb the continental US in a manned aircraft in WWII. Here is how he did it. pages, paperback.

Samurai sword display at the library. Fujita and his family traveled to Brookings for a ceremony on September 9, , anniversary of the attack. Fujita presented the city with his ancestral year-old Samurai sword (he carried it with him in the plane on the original mission). The airstrike was an attempt to avenge the Doolittle Raid. — the first air raid on the home islands that rocked Tokyo and the Japanese psyche.. Nobuo Fujita, then a year-old warrant officer Author: John Rosman. 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 is that if you have a lot of romantic illusions about Japan or the samurai class this book will cure them/5. God's Samurai: Lead Pilot at Pearl Harbor by Gordon W. Prange is an outstanding piece of historical work documenting the mindset of the Japanese military during the major naval battles in the Pacific w/American forces. The author's employment of a biographical style regarding the main character serves to make that man more sympathetic to the /5(53).

Mitsuo Fuchida (淵田 美津雄, Fuchida Mitsuo, 3 December – 30 May ) was a Japanese captain in the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service and a bomber aviator in the Japanese navy before and during World War is perhaps best known for leading the first wave of air attacks on Pearl Harbor on 7 December Working under the overall fleet commander, Vice Commands held: Akagi: 1st (flag), 2nd and 3rd air . Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. Books shelved as samurai: Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa, Hagakure: The Book of the Samurai by Yamamoto Tsunetomo, A Book of Five Rings: The Classic Guide to. The flying Samurai who attacked Oregon After World War II started, submariner and pilot Nobuo Fujita hatched an idea: Use his tiny, rickety submarine-launched seaplane to attack an enemy 5, miles away from the nearest aircraft carrier.