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Journal of Historical Review
Hardcover book, 453 pages
Stock Number: 0811
This captivating novel is set in the years following Japan's unconditional surrender to the Allies in 1945. Like Toland's first novel, Gods of War, it is centered around the saga of two families, one American and one Japanese, with intertwined lives, passions and travails. This is a riveting, human story that brilliantly explores the rebuilding of a nation and its people destroyed in war. It is based on extensive research in Japan and the US, and benefits from close collaboration with the author's Japanese-born wife.
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