The American Occupation of Japan 1945-1952: A Look Back

Against the background of the Occupation, a tragic love story unfolds that centers on an adventurous American merchant seaman and the surviving daughter of a Japanese military family whose father and sons, killed in sea battles during World War II, studies under her Zen master in an attempt to gain peace of mind. More

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Words: 85,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476447131
About David Arturi

As a World War II U.S. Navy radioman and veteran, the author studied maritime radio theory and operation further under the G.I. Bill. Thereafter, as Merchant Marine radio officer he shipped out for 43 years and sailed to more than 100 countries and places on these voyages, every one of which was more adventurous than the previous one.

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