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[KINDLE] ❥ I-Boat Captain ➛ Zenji Orita – Eiyo.us
  • Unknown Binding
  • 336 pages
  • I-Boat Captain
  • Zenji Orita
  • English
  • 02 May 2017
  • 9780890411032

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  1. says:

    I had the good fortune of reading I Boat Captain after reading Sunk by Mochitsura Hashimoto The reason it is a good fortune is that I Boat Captain is able to expand upon what Sunk could not based on a few factors Sunk was written during the American Occupation of Japan after the war and was written in some respects not as freely as I Boat Captain Where I Boat Captain exceeds Sunk is that Joseph Harrington a historian working the Department of the Navy where he had access to American records is a co author not a translator and Orita had access to Japanese records gives the reader a complete picture of the Japanese submarine force in WWII Like Sunk this is a combination of memoir and force history.I Boat Captain is a study of the failures of the Japanese submarine force Orita s conclusions are that Japan s military did not have a relationship with the scientific community which caused the military be behind the Allies by at best two years with things such as radar and sonar Orita as well Hashimoto conclude that this factor caused the sinking s of a great majority of the 134 submarines the Japanese lost Orita correct relates another technological advance is the use of hedgehogs which were mini depth charges fused with contact fuses rather than hydrostatic fuses Which meant the attacking surface ship could maintain contact with the submarine and only when the hedgehog made contact with ...


  2. says:

    Interesting Had never previously come across or even given any thought to the Japanese submarine activities before and during WWII It concludes with brief mention of the writer s post war service in the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Forces from which Zenji Orita appears to have retired with the rank of Captain The book was written with Joseph D Harrington and contains illustrations including a couple of maps and several photographs Although Goodreads states this is an u...


  3. says:

    This is a mediocre book There are many misspellings of American ships and the transliterations used for Japanese words and names are occasionally very different from the ones I m used to seeing With the names, this made...


  4. says:

    Well, there are a few interesting tidbits in here, but quite a few howlers, as well It s a bit of a misnomer of a title, being a anecdotal history of the Japanese submarine effort in the war rather than a straight memoir of this man s participation, and it is myopic, disingenuous at times, banal at many points, and overall, bland Dates from 1976, so the Ultra secret was out and well discussed, so it s no...


  5. says:

    Older book with some historical quirks, but did provide an interesting prospective Would only recommend to those who are really interested in the topic and don t have anything better to read.

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