The Rising Sun

The Rising Sun

The Decline and Fall of the Japanese Empire, 1936-1945

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Publisher: Random, 1970
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: 940.534TOL
Characteristics: xxxv, 954 p. illus., facsim., maps (part col.), ports. 25 cm.

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CARMELO AMBESI
Jul 17, 2015

Of all the Historians who wrote books about World War 2 John Toland is one of the few that sticked to the history credo of a writer.
Write about history as it happened and do not put any biased opinion in it.
William Shirer The Rise and Fall of The Third Reich would have been a much better book if he would have avoided putting his own biased opinions in it.
This particular book and Adolf Hitler is a hard book to put down when you start it as you want to know more and more.
I recommend any books that was written by John Toland.

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rob_ontario
Jun 11, 2013

A fantastic read! I've read many other books about the Pacific, mostly centered on specific battles, war crimes and treatment of POWs. But this book provided a great overview of the lead up, the conflict, and the aftermath. I learned alot about the prewar years and conditions that lead to war and I was amazed at how close the two powers came towards peace in the beginning. It's amazing the effect a small number of people can have on the course of history, and the lives that are interwoven in it.

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CARMELO AMBESI
Jul 17, 2015

CARMELO AMBESI thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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