This is the story of Mitsuo Fuchida, the career naval aviator - and, later, internationally known Christian evangelist - who not only led the air attack on Pearl Harbour, but participated in most of the fiercest battles of the Pacific. As well as a record of historical events, it is the personal story of a man swept along by his times. Reared in the vanished culture of early-20th-century Japan, war hero Fuchida returned to his home town to become a simple farmer. After a scandalous love affair came his conversion to Christianity and years of touring the world as a non-denominational evangelist. The authors also collaborated on "At Dawn We Slept" and "Miracle at Midway".
Biographies-Memoirs, Ethnic-National, Japanese,