Debt of Honor - Prologue - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Prologue - Chapter 5 Summary

Raizo Yamata has just completed a purchase of a large tract of land in Saipan, property especially important to him, for it includes a cliff from which his parents and siblings jumped in 1944, in order to avoid the occupation of barbaric Americans. Yamata has become a revered leader of the Japanese zaibatsu, a group of phenomenally wealthy businessmen and industrialists, but is not content. He has a debt of honor to his family and country, which necessitates bringing America to its knees and establishing the Japanese empire that was denied his country years ago. To accomplish all of this, Zamata has an elaborate plan involving several steps, and he has the patience to move slowly and deliberately, waiting until circumstances are absolutely correct. The first steps have involved secret alliances with India and China, both of whom desire more...

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