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Path of Infinite Sorrow, The : The Japanese on the Kokoda Track - Collie, Craig & Marutani, Hajime
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[EAN: 9781741758399], [PU: Allen & Unwin], MILITARY HISTORY: AUSTRALIANS AT WAR ANZAC GALLIPOLI WORLD I II KOREA VIETNAM AFGHANISTAN R.A.N. NAVY R.A.A.F., History|Military|Other, Two armies, Japanese and Australian, each in turn pushing the other back along a muddy, precipitous track over the mountainous spine of New Guinea. Few prisoners were taken, most were shot. War conventions were routinely flouted, by both sides. Troops were reduced to a primal level, such were the inhuman conditions in which battles were waged. This was the Kokoda campaign of 1942.The Australian experience of Kokoda has been told often and told well. The Japanese, however, remain the shadowy enemy lurking in the dense undergrowth, better known for atrocities than their participation in battle. The Path of Infinite Sorrow tells for the first time the story of the campaign from the Japanese point of view. Based on personal accounts and the recollections of six Japanese soldiers, captured diaries and the unit diaries of the Australian forces, this powerful re-examination of Kokoda brings a new perspective to one of the most brutal conflicts in Australian war history. E05 ( Please note: Over standard weight. Overseas orders via ABE Books may incur additional postage charges. We will contact you prior to processing order to request your approval.) Elizabeth's Bookshops have been one of Australia's premier independent book dealers since 1973. Elizabeth's family-owned business operates five branches in Perth CBD, Fremantle (WA), Sydney CBD and Newtown (NSW). All orders are dispatched within 24 hours from our Fremantle Warehouse.

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The Australian story of Kokoda has been told often from the perspective of the Australians. Now, for the first time ever, the full Japanese story of Kokoda is told, a poignant tale of comradeship and heartwrending suffering. This is a very human story of the other side, told through the eyes of Japanese soldiers who were there. It draws from a range of firsthand sources—interviews with survivors, diaries that soldiers left behind, memoirs written after the war, and what's survived of the records of the Japanese military. Full of painful recollections and startling wartime revelations, this is the lesser-known story of a tragic battle that continues to haunt survivors from both sides. Books Books ~~ History~~ Asia ~~ General The-Path-of-Infinite-Sorrow~~Craig-Collie Allen & Unwin Pty., Limited The Australian story of Kokoda has been told often from the perspective of the Australians. Now, for the first time ever, the full Japanese story of Kokoda is told, a poignant tale of comradeship and heartwrending suffering. This is a very human story of the other side, told through the eyes of Japanese soldiers who were there. It draws from a range of firsthand sources--interviews with survivors, diaries that soldiers left behind, memoirs written after the war, and what's survived of the records of the Japanese military. Full of painful recollections and startling wartime revelations, this is the lesser-known story of a tragic battle that continues to haunt survivors from both sides.

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Bathurst: Crawford House Press, 1991. 1st Edition . Softcover. Fine. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Unpaginated, 48 pages, fully illustrated in colour with photographs of village life, artifacts, natural history. Cardcover with four postcards attached to the rear cover. The 9th South Pacific Games Papua New Guinea 1991., Crawford House Press, 1991, Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2009. Soft cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 324 pages, 16 pages of b/w plates, text-illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, index. Pictorial card covers. 'Two armies, Japanese and Australian, each in turn pushing the other back along a muddy, precipitous track over the mountainous spine of New Guinea. Few prisoners were taken, most were shot. War conventions were routinely flouted, by both sides. Troops were reduced to a primal level, such were the inhuman conditions in which battles were waged. This was the Kokoda campaign of 1942. The Path of Infinite Sorrow tells for the first time the story of the campaign from the Japanese point of view. Based on personal accounts and the recollections of six Japanese soldiers, captured diaries and the unit diaries of the Australian forces, this powerful re-examination of Kokoda brings a new perspective to one of the most brutal conflicts in Australian war history.', Allen & Unwin, 2009

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[EAN: 9781741758399], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Allen & Unwin, Sydney], WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 -- CAMPAIGNS PAPUA NEW GUINEA. | PARTICIPATION, JAPANESE. AUSTRALIAN. KOKODA TRAIL (PAPUA GUINEA) HISTORY., 324 pages, 16 pages of b/w plates, text-illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, index. Pictorial card covers. 'Two armies, Japanese and Australian, each in turn pushing the other back along a muddy, precipitous track over the mountainous spine of New Guinea. Few prisoners were taken, most were shot. War conventions were routinely flouted, by both sides. Troops were reduced to a primal level, such were the inhuman conditions in which battles were waged. This was the Kokoda campaign of 1942. The Path of Infinite Sorrow tells for the first time the story of the campaign from the Japanese point of view. Based on personal accounts and the recollections of six Japanese soldiers, captured diaries and the unit diaries of the Australian forces, this powerful re-examination of Kokoda brings a new perspective to one of the most brutal conflicts in Australian war history.'

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The Australian experience of Kokoda has been told often. The Japanese side of the story however, is not so well known. This book claims to tell, yet again, "for the first time", (despite much published evidence to the contrary), the Japanese version of the campaign. It is based on personal accounts and the recollections of 6 Japanese soldiers, captured diaries and the unit diaries of the Australian forces, however much this last source seems to be contrary to the proposed theme. This re-examination of Kokoda aims to bring a new perspective to one of the most brutal conflicts in Australian war history; prior to their involvement in the recent and never-ending Middle East campaigns at the behest of global banking moguls whose inveterate greed is now attempting to cut the Australian Armed Forces payroll to a level below that of inflationary cost-of-living expenses, despite the supreme sacrifice that the active enlisted are brainwashed into making., Allen & Unwin, 2009

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The Path of Infinite Sorrow: The Japanese on the Kokoda Track

The Australian story of Kokoda has been told often from the perspective of the Australians. Now, for the first time ever, the full Japanese story of Kokoda is told, a poignant tale of comradeship and heartwrending suffering. This is a very human story of the other side, told through the eyes of Japanese soldiers who were there. It draws from a range of firsthand sources--interviews with survivors, diaries that soldiers left behind, memoirs written after the war, and what's survived of the records of the Japanese military. Full of painful recollections and startling wartime revelations, this is the lesser-known story of a tragic battle that continues to haunt survivors from both sides.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781741758399
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1741758394
Paperback
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: ALLEN & UNWIN INC
328 Pages
Weight: 0,479 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1741758394

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-74175-839-4, 978-1-74175-839-9


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