The PEARL HARBOR SPY who succeeded so well Japan failed

Over the years, many times the mysterious spies of Pearl Harbor are mentioned in passing in history books. This is odd because it is because of Yoshikawa, thousands of Japanese-Americans—the majority US born— were interned in camps.

THE REAL LAST SAMURAI
THE LONELY END OF THE PEARL HARBOR SPY

SHIKOKU ISLAND, JAPAN – Takeo Yoshikawa was World War Two’s most famous Super Spy – so successful it ruined his life forever……one of the most successful spies in recorded history, has received no awards,, no honors, not even a pension from the Japanese government he served so well. When I met him he had no job and lived as a down-and-out on the island of Shikoku south of Tokyo…..

For the few details of what is independently known about Yoshikawa’s activies in Pearl Harbor, refer to history in the Time-Life summary.

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Taro

I'm a pale, alien, quadruped who has worked for 25+ years at "Maybe-the-Largest Inc." in Tokyo.

2 thoughts on “The PEARL HARBOR SPY who succeeded so well Japan failed”

  1. how come there is not more on this infamous japanese spy? i want to know more about him and his lifestyle

  2. Ꭲhanks for finally talking аbout bleaching our special “PEARL HARBOR” — L0ved it!

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