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The Taking
Of Saipan

Two Sides to Every Battle
in WWII

-- taken from --
The Memoirs of Cpl. Richard Meadows
and the Diary of Genkichi Ichikawa

-- By Douglas Westfall & Ryozo Kimihira --

(NOW with Ebooks in English and Japanese Versions)

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The Taking of Saipan was the beginning of the end of WWII. Saipan and Tinian Island to the Japanese, were considered the last line of defense for Japan. Saipan would be key to winning the war, Tinian would be key to end it. This is the story of of a young US Marine who finds a Japanese diary on a beach and saves it...

-- The --
Taking of Saipan
Memoirs of Cpl. Richard Meadows
& Cpl. Genkichi Ichikawa

By Douglas Westfall
& Ryozo Kimihira

8.5 x 11 Softcover
150 Pages - 250 Illustrations
-- Based upon --
The Memoirs of a US Marine and a Japanese Soldier who met on a beach at Saipan Island, June 15, 1944
Unpublished Photos from WWII
-- This is a full color book --
ISBN: 978-1891030-85-7
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Japanese
-- The --
Taking of Saipan
Memoirs of Cpl. Richard Meadows
& Cpl. Genkichi Ichikawa

By Douglas Westfall
& Ryozo Kimihira

8.25 x 11.75 (A4)  Softcover
-- Based upon --
The Memoirs of a US Marine and a Japanese Soldier who met on a beach at Saipan Island, June 15, 1944
Unpublished Photos from WWII
-- This is a full color book --
ISBN: 978-1891030-85-7

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-- Japanese Version --

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OK, it's a combat story but it's more...

 

How did Japan get to the point

 

Where they were willing to sacrifice every Japanese soldier


and every citizen, rather than surrender?


This was the military stance in WWII and the military
ran the government


The lead story is about a young US Marine


Who finds a Japanese diary after a battle


The back story is that
of 180 square miles & 65 cities destroyed by US bombers

Atomic weapons did only 3% of the damage to Japan


Japanese people were warned each time yet 1,000's were killed


The two atomic bombs were dropped in early August of 1945


And finally forced Japan to surrender


It's really just the story of two young men who meet on a beach
-- and one of them is not going home.


That 20 year old US Marine, is 90 and lives in Orange, CA


Captured Japanese cannon from WWII at Orange City Hall

Book Info
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The Taking of Saipan was the beginning of the end of WWII. Saipan and Tinian Island to the Japanese, were considered the last line of defense for Japan. Saipan would be key to winning the war, Tinian would be key to end it. This is the story of of a young US Marine who finds a Japanese diary on a beach and saves it...

-- The --
Taking of Saipan
Memoirs of Cpl. Richard Meadows
& Cpl. Genkichi Ichikawa

By Douglas Westfall
& Ryozo Kimihira

8.5 x 11 Softcover
150 Pages - 250 Illustrations
-- Based upon --
The Memoirs of a US Marine and a Japanese Soldier who met on a beach at Saipan Island, June 15, 1944
Unpublished Photos from WWII
-- This is a full color book --
ISBN: 978-1891030-85-7
-- The Complete Ebook is Available --

EBook

$10.00

Both Printed & EBook

$35.00

-- Instant Book Buy * --


 

Japanese
-- The --
Taking of Saipan
Memoirs of Cpl. Richard Meadows
& Cpl. Genkichi Ichikawa

By Douglas Westfall
& Ryozo Kimihira

8.25 x 11.75 (A4)  Softcover
-- Based upon --
The Memoirs of a US Marine and a Japanese Soldier who met on a beach at Saipan Island, June 15, 1944
Unpublished Photos from WWII
-- This is a full color book --
ISBN: 978-1891030-85-7

EBook

$10.00   

-- Japanese Version --

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-- Japanese Version --

-- Japanese Version --

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