5 Responses to “The Doolittle Raid: Mission Impossible and Its Impact on the U.S. and China”

  1. Richard Farng says:

    It is very good that you have so many data about Japanese cruelty. Yet not many people, both Japanese & Americans, knew these facts.

    I hope this article would awaken them. Only when people learn from the past history, then they can avoid another similar tragedy.

    On the other hand, we all live in our own small habitual domain. And thus, many unfortunate events re-occurred.

  2. Rich Braverman says:

    Hi Don

    I knew about some of the facts of the raid but nothing about the Japanese response against the Chinese people including biological weapons.

    Another example of the Japanese being much more barbaric than the Germans.

    Enjoyed meeting you in person at the E. Brunswick Library a number of months ago.

    Thanks for your articles.


  3. Stephen WONG says:

    Excellent article, DON. Thank you so much. Not all Hong Kong Chinese has the details of the Doolittle Raid as much as you do. Yes, I am totally agreed with some of your readers that the history has to be learned and shared so to avoid atrocities like these from repeating. I’d watched the 1944 movie again, the mentality of the people (as one can draw from the actors) those days was very different,i.e., faith; honesty; pride. The values might have changed these days, mate.

  4. Paul Cavanaugh says:

    This is a very interesting report. Thank you for shedding light on Japanese response, I didnt know so many Chinese were attacked.

    Thank you

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