Honor sometimes seems to be in short supply these days. It is not dead.
Details of the fighting in the Pacific Theater during World War II are not well recalled in public memory, especially these days. The most recent films to deal with the subject are Midway*, Unbroken*, and Hacksaw Ridge*. But even these excellent films do not necessarily capture the entirety of events which occurred in the Pacific.
Click the link below to learn about a very interesting incident involving stranded British sailors and an Imperial Japanese destroyer, readers:
Chivalry in War and Peace
POSTED ON DECEMBER 11, 2008
BY GUEST AUTHOR
Scott Farrell comments:
Even in the most fearsome times of warfare and battle, like the naval fighting that occurred between Japan and its enemies at the height of World War II, the spirit of chivalry has a crucial function — not, as some might claim, to provide any sense of comfort or courtesy to the enemy, but rather…
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