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Zengo's Revolt

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A Japanese Combat Soldier Flees to the Jungle with His Colonel's Defiant Mistress.
Sub-lieutenant Zengo Takakuwa abandons his tattered regiment in the face of certain annihilation by surging American forces in the final days of Japan's Pacific campaign. The soldier retreats to the jungles of New Britain with his superior's concubine, Michiyo, who brands him a traitor in her
ebook, 181 pages
Published 2011 by The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC

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Mar 07, 2012 rated it really liked it
The title of the version that I have is "The Revolt of Zengo Takakuwa" - the original title. It was re-released recently as "Zengo's Revolt"
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Richard M. Baker, Jr. was born in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1924 and lived with his wife and five children in the suburbs of Portland, Maine until his death in 1978. After brief service in the Army Air Force in 1943, and graduation from Bowdoin College in 1946, he worked as a public accountant, and in 1957, gambled on a career as a writer.

A victim of severe multiple sclerosis, he devoted eleven
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