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well written #Epub à Japan's Gestapo: Murder, Mayhem and Torture in Wartime Asia Ø Japan s military and secret police, the Kempetai,carried out a reign of terror against captive Asian nations, Allied POWs, and Japanese citizens throughout World War II This history explains the origins, command structure, and role of the Kempetai apparatus, revealing their criminal and collaborationist networks It examines biological and chemical experiments on live subjects, the gulags for POWs, and slave labor, including the so called comfort women, as well as their campaign of revenge after theDoolittle raid on Tokyo Calling their actions genocide on a grand scale, the author backs up his text with firsthand testimonies from survivors Very well written and informative. A fairly quick read, sickening though Tough to work through some of the atrocities committed by the Kempeitai during WWII I was familiar with their activities from other books, but this one goes into a bitdetail, it is obvious that the author did his research.Felton also suggests that 100s if not 1000s of British and Allied POWs could have been saved from execution even after VJ day had the echelons above reality beenaggressive in liberating the death camps General Douglas Mac A fairly quick read, sickening though Tough to work through some of the atrocities committed by the Kempeitai during WWII I was familiar with their activities from other books, but this one goes into a bitdetail, it is obvious that the author did his research.Felton also suggests that 100s if not 1000s of British and Allied POWs could have been saved from execution even after VJ day had the echelons above reality beenaggressive in liberating the death camps General Douglas MacCarthur was one of the Allied leaders the author skewers for ignoring their plight and allowing unnecessary deaths.There were a few things I didn t know, like the Kempeitai had a special action group that attempted a raid on Yontan airfield Yomitan on Okinawa to destroy American aircraft The author also makes no bones about the validity of the decision to drop the atomic bombs to end the war due to the barbarity shown by the Japanese on their enemies Great book it has a detailed context of the brutal behavior japanese soldiers had during the WW2, i trully recommend it