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Japanese Leaders in WWII

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The Reluctant Admiral: Yamamoto and the Imperial Navy
by Hiroyuki Agawa, John Bester
Paperback from Kodansha International

Yamamoto: The Man Who Planned the Attack on Pearl Harbor
by Edwin P. Hoyt
Paperback from The Lyons Press

Attack on Yamamoto
by Carroll V. Glines
Paperback from Jove Pubns

Lightning over Bougainville: The Yamamoto Mission Reconsidered (Smithsonian History of Aviation Series)
by R. Cargill Hall, Cargill Hall
Hardcover from Smithsonian Institution Press

Three Military Leaders: Heihachiro Togo, Isoroku Yamamoto, Tomoyuki Yamashita (Kodansha Biographies)
by Edwin Palmer Hoyt
This work is a triple biography of the principal figures in modern Japanese military history. It includes their victories, and the militaristic distortions of bushido that doomed the nation to years of totalitarianism and war.
At least one reviewer pans this book as grossly inaccurate.
Paperback from Kodansha International

Hitler's Japanese Confidant: General Oshima Hiroshi and Magic Intelligence, 1941-1945
by Carl Boyd, Peter Paret
Paperback from Univ Pr of Kansas

Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan
by Herbert P. Bix

Hirohito and War: Imperial Tradition and Military Decision Making in Prewar Japan
by Peter Wetzler
Hardcover from University of Hawaii Press

The Rising Sun: The Decline and Fall of the Japanese Empire, 1936-1945 (Modern Library War Series)
by John Toland
Paperback from Modern Library

Hirohito: The War Years
by Paul Manning
Paperback from Bantam Doubleday Dell Pub (Trd Pap)
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