|1. Lacking effective antitank weapons, individual infantrymen were
left to destroy Soviet tanks||6|
|2. Fifth Infantry Division landing operations at Bias Bay, 22. October
|4. Marching troops of the Guards Division parade in barracks area ||88|
|5. Adachi in command of Thirty-seventh Infantry Division on China
|6. Adachi at Bay: Wom, New Guinea, August 1945||109|
|7. D/F operator in grass shack, New Guinea, October 1942||115|
|8. Fifty-five Wireless Section log entry for 1 December 1942
identifying the Japanese Eighteenth Army||121|
|9. Listening to and recording the enemy at Vint Hill Farms, Virginia ||159|
|10. Japanese ground order of battle in Kyushu||163|
|11. Hirohito, on his favorite horse, reviews his troops in May 1941 ||176|
|12. Meeting of the Supreme Council for the Direction of the War,
|13. The emperor visits the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo to pray for Japan's
|1. Soviet plan to encircle Japanese forces, 20 August 1939||4|
|2. The Pacific and adjacent theaters, 1942||35|
|3. The Pacific areas, 1 August 1942||36|
|4. Battle for Leyte Gulf, Phase II||134|
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Book title: In the Service of the Emperor:Essays on the Imperial Japanese Army.
Contributors: Edward J. Drea - Author.
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press.
Place of publication: Lincoln, NE.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: vii.
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