In This Review
I Attacked Pearl Harbor

I Attacked Pearl Harbor

By Kazuo Sakamaki

Association Press, 1949, 133 pp.

Ensign Sakamaki spent four years as Prisoner of War No. 1 in the United States, having been captured the day after Pearl Harbor when his two-man submarine went aground on Oahu. This account of his captivity and his postwar experiences in Japan are useful for the light they shed on the limitations of the Japanese mind.