Proceedings Magazine - June 1961 Vol. 87/6/700

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When the messenger entered my room, he found me cleaning my pistol, an odd thing to be doing at four o'clock in the morning. It was 9 September 1942.

"Captain Tagami wishes you to...

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    By Nobuo Fujita formerly Warrant Flying Officer, Imperial Japanese Navy and Chief Journalist Joseph D. Harrington, U. S. Navy

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    "Captain Tagami wishes you to report to him in the conning tower, Sir."...

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    By Robert Strausz-Hupe

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    By Philip B. Yeager

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    By Paul H. Paist

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