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Once one of America's most noted enemies, Fuchida converted to Christianity in later years and spent decades preaching across the United States.
By Robert Walsh
These historical fiction novels don't sacrifice accuracy for style or verve.
These less widely read World War II stories offer readers a meaningful and moving look into the global conflict.
By Kara Brand
Much of mainland Asia in the 1930s faced an unappealing choice: Western imperialism or Japanese imperialism.
Though even they don't know the tomb's precise location, the Darkhad continue to keep their leader's final resting place a treasured secret.
We sat down for a special Father's Day-themed interview with the author of 40 Thieves on Saipan.
A seminal cartoon presaged the American entrance into the Pacific Theater.
Chinese, British, and Portuguese forces combined couldn't take down Ching Shih.
Continents continued to shift and war went on even as people around the world celebrated.
Discover the essential account of the men who raised the flags during the Battle of Iwo Jima.
Can you tell the difference between historical Japanese legend and creative fantasy fiction?
Historian Walter Lord recounts the bombing of major U.S. battleships and the heroics of the men on board.
Decaying buildings, sand-swept streets, and a sense of suspended time make these towns well worth a visit.
By Orrin Grey
These reads are transporting.