Title: 28 Years in the Guam Jungle: Sergeant Yokoi Home from World War II
Author: compiled by a special group of correspondents of the Asahi Shimbun
Description: Stated first printing, March 1972. Green card covers. Some soiling to the covers and spine. Light sign of erasure on half-title page, otherwise pages clean. Sixteen pages of color and b/w photographs. vii, , 135 pp. 8.25 x 5.75 inches.
The account of Soichi Yokoi (1915-1997), who was discovered in the jungles of Guam on January 24, 1972. He was the very last holdout from the Japanese Imperial Army following the conclusion of the Second World War. Following the capture of Guam by U.S. forces in 1944, Sergent Yokoi spent the following twenty-eight years in hiding.
Binding: Soft Cover
Publisher: Japan Publications
Place: Tokyo and San Francisco
Keywords: Soichi Yokoi, Japanese holdouts, Japanese military, World War II, WW II, WWII, missing persons,
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