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For That One Day, the memoirs of Mitsuo Fuchida, commander of the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, details the account of his role as the strategist behind the raid that initiated war between Japan and the U.S. A personal recounting of his participation in the Battle of Midway, the Battle of Leyte Gulf, and his presence in Hiroshima the day before and after the atomic bomb dropped. Fuchida's story unfolds as he adopts Christianity and encounters former enemies, including high-ranking American military strategists. The book is an intriguing and fascinating autobiography of Fuchida's life in war, peace, and religious transformation.
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