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- File Size: 597 KB
- Print Length: 26 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0055KT73G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
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Seven Lives to Repay Our Country Kindle Edition
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While it was confusing at times with the rapid fire dialog, I found the work engaging and could envision the tight confines of the cave and emotions the men dealt with. From writing to their loved ones up to their final hopeless assault, Seven Lives to Repay Our Country was a thought provoking tale.
After the American invasion of Sipan the Japanese army disintegrated they were ordered to do a banzai charge. Before the charge they met with all the remaining forces on the top of a hill when they reached the top their tank ran out of fuel. they pushed the tank down the hill to get it moving towards American forces. At the start of the charge they started out with more than the number of Americans at the bottom of the hill at the end it was only Shinji alive inside the tank. The tank managed to scare away the American forces. Shinji later surrendered he was the only one to surrender.
This book could use more sensory details and less dialog. It felt like i was stuck in the middle of one long conversation. I would also like to know more of what happens to the Japaneses army during the battle.