by Saburo Sakai
I finally met and came to know Saburo Sakai, and he was one of the most entertaining interviews I ever conducted and published.
I finally met and came to know Saburo Sakai, and he was one of the most entertaining interviews I ever conducted and published. This book is 100% true, no embellishment, and if you want to see the mind of a young man who became a national hero, in a war he hated, read this book.
На фотографии пятеро лучших японских летчиков-асов на авиабазе в Лаэ. Во втором ряду слева направо: Такацука, Сасаи и Сабуро Сакаи. В первом ряду слева направо: Ота и Нисидзава. В годы Второй мировой войны Сабуро Сакаи стал живой легендой Японии. Репутация Сакаи среди японских пилотов истребителей.
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Saburo Sakai is Japan's greatest fighter pilot to survive World War II, and his powerful memoir has proven to be one of the most popular and enduring books ever written on the Pacific war. First published in English in 1957, it gave a new perspective on the air war and on the Japanese pilots who, until then, had been perceived in the United States as mere caricatures.
Samurai! is a 1957 autobiographical book by Saburo Sakai co-written with Fred Saito and Martin Caidin. It describes the life and career of Saburo Sakai, the Japanese combat aviator who fought against American fighter pilots in the pacific theater of World War II, surviving the war with 64 kills as one of Japan's leading flying aces. Caidin wrote the prose of the book, basing its contents on journalist Fred Saito's extensive interviews with Sakai as well as on Sakai's own memoirs.
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