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Spring 1999, page 32
Surprised Off Savo
Analysis of a forgotten Japanese report sheds light on the Allied naval nightmare that occurred off Savo Island.
Denis Warner
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Spring 1995, page 82
Surviving the Flash
Among the workers at Nagasaki's Mitsubishi plant in August 1945 were a few Australian POWs. On the day the Bomb fell, they watched the city disappear - and lived to tell their story.
Denis Warner
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Autumn 1991, page 20
The Doctrine of Surprise
It had long been a fundamental principle of Japanese military thinking, and one that our planners ignored at their peril. With the diary, translated in English for the first time, of a seaman on the aircraft carrier Soryu.
Denis Warner