FADING VICTORY

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FADING VICTORY
The Diary of Admiral Matome Ugaki, 1941-1945
  • ISBN/SKU: 9781591143246
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Era: WWII
  • Number of Pages: 750
  • Subject: WWII
  • Date Available: March 2008
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Long out of print, theses wartime diaries of a key admiral of the Imperial Japanese Navy, provide a revealing inside look into the Japanese view of the Pacific War. Matome Ugaki was chief of staff of the Combined Fleet under Admiral Isoroki Yamamoto until both were shot down over Bougainville in April 1943, resulting in Yamamoto's death. He later served as commander of battleship and air fleets, finally directing the kamikaze attacks off Okinawa. Invaluable for its details of the Japanese navy at war, the diaries offer a running appraisal of the fighting and are augmented by editorial commentary that proves especially useful to American readers eager to see the war from the other side. When first published in 1991, this dairy was hailed as a major contribution to World War II literature as the only firsthand account of strategic planning for the entire war by a Japanese commander.

Donald Goldstein and Katherine Dillon co-authored, with Gordon Prange, the best-sellers At Dawn We Slept and Miracle at Midway.

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