This article was written by Max Hill, who was serving as the Tokyo bureau chief for the Associated Press at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack. The column consists of his observations as to how the Japanese home front operated during his seven month incarceration. He was quick to notice that Japan went into the war short of gas from the very beginning - as was made clear by the high number of charcoal burning cars and trucks that were in abundance.
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