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One man"s justice
Originally published, London: Robert Hale, 1983.
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One Man's Justice by Yoshimura Akira is about the end of the war and the confusion that follows. It is one of the best anti-war novels to come out of Japan from that era.
Absolutely gripping. Takuya, the main character and a (ex-)lieutenant in the army, realizes that he will not get a "Hero's Welcome," or, any welcome, upon discharge and return home.4/5. One Man's Justice is an unnerving story of timeless relevance from a master of the psychological novel.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - /5(15). One Man’s Justice is a poignant account of defeat told from a loyal Japanese solider turned war criminal fugitive.
It’s a story about the hardships and humiliating sting of a defeated nation. It’s a story of how war can twist moral absolute truths and makes the indefensible justified/5(15).
One Man¿s Justice was a fascinating book about the trials and tribulations that one man faces when he returns to Japan after World War Two. Takuya, a native man from a small town in Japan, had worked for the Japanese authorities during the war, and is now being accused of many war crimes. He becomes a fugitive in his own country/5(3).
This made-for-TV movie, one of a series that brought back James Arness in the role of Marshall Matt Dillon from the long-running TV Western serial Gunsmoke, finds Dillon on the trail of an angry young man whose mother was killed during a robbery of a boy has sworn vengeance against the men who murdered his mother, but Dillon is determined to see the bandits brought to trial Brand: Kino Lorber.
Directed by Jerry Jameson. With James Arness, Bruce Boxleitner, Amy Stoch, Alan Scarfe. Retired Marshal Matt Dillon goes after a fifteen-year-old boy who is determined to kill the men responsible for the murder of his mother during a stagecoach robbery/10().
Akira Yoshimura's novel One Man's Justice, originally published in Japan inprovides an illuminating counterpoint to Sebald's book, since it Author: Maya Jaggi.
One Tough Bastard, also known as One Man's Justice, is a American action thriller film directed by Kurt Wimmer in his feature film debut, and starring Brian Bosworth, Bruce Payne and M.C.
Hammer. It premiered in the United States on ed by: Kurt Wimmer. Get this from a library. One man's justice. [Akira Yoshimura; Mark Ealey] -- "Japan is in ruins after the second World War. Takuya, a demobilized officer, returns to his native village only to learn that the Occupation authorities are intensifying their efforts to apprehend.
Get this from a library. One man's justice. [Akira Yoshimura; Mark Ealey] -- Just after World War II, Takuya, an officer in the former Imperial Army, receives a postcard asking him to report to the U.S.
Regional Command Headquarters in Tokyo. With widespread talk of.