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Mitsuo Fuchida

Japanese Navy Air Service Captain who commanded the kamikaze air attacks about Pearl Harbor in Dec of 1941. Making it through the battle, he acted like a historic loudspeaker and toured the U.S. to spell it out what went in to the Japanese assault. He graduated through the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy in 1924 and consequently served in the next Sino-Japanese Battle. He changed into Evangelical Christianity by the end of Globe Battle II and spoke to viewers in the us and European countries about his spiritual trip before settling completely in america. He was created in Katsuragi, Nara Prefecture, Japan. Before the 1941 assault of Pearl Harbor orchestrated by Fuchida and Nagumo, U.S. Navy Admiral Wayne O. Richardson was responsible for the susceptible Hawaiian military foundation.

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