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A World War Two article dispatched from on board an anonymous American aircraft carrier cruising 100 miles off the coast of Imperial Japan:

"The last flight was coming home. The planes circled through the thick mist toward the stern of the Essex-class carrier. One by one they hit the deck: Hellcats, Corsairs and EBMs, with names like 'Hydraulic Bess', 'Miss Fortune', 'Sweater Girl' and 'Kansas City Kitty'...When the air-crewmen came back from their low low-level raids, the thing they talked about most was the lack of Jap opposition."

Click here to read an interview with a Kamikaze pilot.

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Four years after the Pearl Harbor attack, a Japanese newspaper editorial expressed deep regret for Japan's aggressiveness in the Second World War, click here to read about it...

     


Taking the War to Japan's Doorstep (Yank Magazine, 1945)

Taking the War to Japan's Doorstep (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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