I realized I forgot to post the Notes, so here they are.>>26728
I'm glad to hear!
My apologies, I've been treating months as their respective Holidays recently since time's been flying by so quickly.
All of October was Halloween but Halloween was -especially- Halloween, for example.
Also I figured posting it a bit early would give people a chance to read it.>>26729
Very glad to hear, and I definitely agree.
As said in the previous thread I think Pvt. Kayama's death in particular speaks volumes to the mentality at the time. The fact he's still alive and wounded but they're more focused on saving face for him than his actual life and all that.
One thing to note is the first time I read this I kept mistaking Corpsman Kamiya with Dr. Ishiyama, which made for a confusing read giving their conflicting personalities.
Thank you for the nice post!>>26733
He's also well known for "Showa: A History of Japan" I believe.
I own Volume 1926-1939 physically, but haven't read it yet.