By Fiske Hanley
The tale of a Captured WWII B-29 Airman looking ahead to Trial and Execution by means of the japanese as an American warfare legal
What Others Say
“Prison Camp Omori could be noticeable at the shore of Tokyo Bay. these are our boys! cross get them!” (Halsey’s rescue orders to Stassen and Simpson.)
Admiral William F. Halsey
Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet
“Tells the tale of a condemned prisoner of the japanese looking forward to execution. A horror tale that has to be instructed! I helped rescue the author.”
Governor Harold E. Stassen
Wartime Commander, USN,
Adm. Halsey’s Deputy leader Of employees,
Liberator Of Camp Omori
“Gripping, stunning, and informed in endless detail.”
James L. Patillo
President, 20 th Air strength organization
“Details specific horrors inflicted on B-29 airmen prisoners by way of the japanese. Religion’s significance in maintaining alive the desire to stay is evident!”
Retired Head, Smithsonian Press
“Story will be required examining for all actual Americans.”
General Paul W. Tibbets
Commander, 509 th Composite workforce
“As a submariner within the Pacific in the course of international struggle II, i like to recommend studying this tale of horrors inflicted on B-29 flyers.”
Admiral Corwin Mendenhall
u.s. army (retired)
“A needs to examine eastern atrocities inflicted on American B-29 airmen prisoners of war.”
General Hamilton Howze
The stunning tale of captured B-29 Superfortress airmen who have been shot down over Japan in the course of global warfare II hasn't ever been advised. Brutal eastern Kempei Tai mystery Police have been their captors. saved in overcrowded, filthy dungeon cells in Tokyo, around the moat from the Emperor’s Palace, they have been crushed, tortured, starved, and constantly threatened with dying. They weren't taken care of as Prisoners of battle yet have been unique as distinct Prisoners to be attempted and done for the killing of blameless girls and youngsters. whereas waiting for trial they have been thought of subhuman—starved on part POW rations, issued no outfits or simple hygienic wishes, allowed to endure and die from torture, beatings, wounds, and absence of clinical therapy.
Accused American warfare felony is written by means of one of many few surviving exact Prisoners. A precis of comparable testimony given at warfare Crime Trials held in Tokyo and Yokohama after international battle II can also be included.
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