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Daily Quiz for October 5, 2012

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This was the primary Japanese intelligence school of World War II.

  • Nakano Gakko
  • Rikugun Shikan Gakko
  • Etajima Gakko
  • Ashikaga Gakko

3 Responses to “Daily Quiz for October 5, 2012”

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    Robert Kapanjie says:

    I wonder if " Jimmy" Sasaki was graduate of that institution?–see Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand.

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      Rudy says:

      UNBROKEN is a great read. It shows the Japanese mentality and the reason for such brutal barbarous behavior. A must read.

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    Rudy says:

    If you are interested in reading about U.S. WWII intelligence I recommend reading Secret Missions by Ellis Zacharias. The book was written just after the war, but it is a gem. This book gave me a better understanding of both sides of the Pacific war. The confused mentally of US Navy department heads is baffling. Instead of working together these important officers were protecting their turf and being politely revengful or spiteful. I doubt you will find the book in a library. You will have to purchase it from Navy Institute Press or in It is worth reading.

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