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    So upset i paid for this

    Awful book. Whilst the content may have some validity, the writer diplays not only poor writing skills, but also an angry and hateful personal opinion. Even if the subject matter is relevant, the hateful language suggests that this is not an objective piece of writing. Describing political figures as slavering morons being an example. Dreadful beyond comprehension.
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    Surprising

    Hadn't realised so much of this grotesque history had been brushed under the carpet by British and American governments. Disgraceful. Shocking book.
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    Sadists of the Rising Sun

    You really need a strong stomach to read this book. The Japanize were quite vicious during WWII. I couldn't believe what I was reading!!!!
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    Drivel

    Seriously? This book is as bad as one I read about Roman gladiators last year. Turns out it is by the same author . Stephen Barber seems to have difficulty separating fact from imagination. He has also learned a new word ( corporeal) which he drops into the text at every opportunity. Don't buy this drivel.
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    unsupported claims

    I was very disappointed in this book and closed it shortly after starting (within two chapters). The author makes inflammatory and unsupported statements that slander emperor Hirohito and others. It's almost like he decided to write the worst things he could think of, just to see if anyone would read/believe it. I have read quite a few books about WW2 atrocities in both Asia and Europe and this is the only one I've read that failed completely in supporting outlandish claims.
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