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Human bullets, a soldier"s story of Port Arthur.

by Tadayoshi Sakurai

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Published by Houghton, Mifflin in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lüshun (China) -- History -- Siege, 1904-1905.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBacon, Alice Mabel, 1858-1918.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS517.3 S313 1908
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1,269,1p.
    Number of Pages12691
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23305554M

      Tadyoshi Sakurai was a junior officer in the Japanese campaign against Port Arthur, Russia's ice-free port in China. His account is an interesting introduction to the concept of yamato-damashii, or "traditional Japanese spirit." This spirit was something greater than mere high morale. Japanese soldiers were the emperor's "human bullets."/5(27). Buy Human Bullets: A Soldier's Story of the Russo-Japanese War 99 edition () by Tadayoshi Sakurai for up to 90% off at g: Port Arthur.

    Tadyoshi Sakurai was a junior officer in the Japanese campaign against Port Arthur, Russia’s ice-free port in China. His account is an interesting introduction to the concept of yamato-damashii, or "traditional Japanese spirit." This spirit was something greater than mere high morale. Japanese soldiers were the emperor’s "human bullets.". A Soldier's Story of Port Arthur (English Edition), Human Bullets, Tadayoshi Sakurai, Masujiro Honda, Auto-Édition. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec .

    Project Gutenberg Presents Human Bullets: A Soldier's Story of Port Arthur by Tadayoshi Sakurai translated by Masujiro Honda edited by Alice Mabel Bacon contrib. by Shigenobu Okuma. Project Gutenberg Release # Select author names above for additional information and titles. Human Bullets was written by Tadyoshi Sakurai, a junior officer in the Japanese campaign against Port Arthur, a free port owned by Russians in China. It's not only an engaging story of combat and a great source of insights about an immensely influentienal conflict, but also a fascinating introduction to the meanings of the traditional Japanese.


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He writes his memoir in the self-sacrificing traditional Japanese military spirit. It's fanatical, close-minded and very intolerant, but it's never stale. "Human Bullets: A Soldier's Story of the Russo-Japanese War" was first published in Japan where it became somewhat of a /5(12).

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From page one, Tadayoshi Sakurai’s Human Bullets strikes the reader with his portrayal of the indomitable spirit of the Japanese people. Ostensibly a memoir of the Russo-Japanese War ofHuman Bullets becomes a psychological examination of Japanese culture when put through the horror of modern warfare/5.

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