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Human Bullets: A Soldier'. Sakurai, a Japanese Army Lieutenant, shows a keen sense for detail in chronicling his role in Japan's siege of Port Arthur - Imperial Russia's most important Far Eastern Naval Base - from the landing of the Japanese forces in Manchuria until his wounding while storming the fortress. The personal anecdotes and graphic details about how he copes with life in camp and on the battlefield draw the reader in even when the writing is very poetic. He writes his memoir in the self-sacrificing traditional Japanese military spirit.

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A Soldier's Story is a 1984 American drama film directed by Norman Jewison, adapted by Charles Fuller from his Pulitzer Prize-winning Off Broadway production A Soldier's Play.

A Soldier's Story is a 1984 American drama film directed by Norman Jewison, adapted by Charles Fuller from his Pulitzer Prize-winning Off Broadway production A Soldier's Play

The soldiers vie with each other in offering themselves on the altar of their country, the spirit of self-sacrifice . This is the true characteristic of the race of Yamato.

The soldiers vie with each other in offering themselves on the altar of their country, the spirit of self-sacrifice prevails to a marked degree. And in the siege of Port Arthur this sublime national spirit showed itself especially vigorous. Materially calculated, the loss and damage to our besieging army was enormous. If, however, the spiritual activity this great struggle entailed is taken into consideration, our gain was also immense,-it has added one great glory to the history of our race.

Home Browse Books Book details, Human Bullets: A Soldier's Story of Port Arthur. Tadyoshi Sakurai was a junior officer in the Japanese campaign against Port Arthur, Russia's ice-free port in China. Human Bullets: A Soldier's Story of Port Arthur. This spirit was something greater than mere high morale. Japanese soldiers were the emperor's "human bullets".

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A Soldier's Story of Port Arthur - eBook at Walmart. Book Format: Choose an option. 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 spirit. Japanese soldiers were in fact the emperor's human bullets, whose only goal was to strike the enemy despite of self-preservation. A fascinating glimpse into prevailing nationalistic and militaristic attitudes in ury Japan. A Soldier's Story of Port Arthur - eBook.

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