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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Historical
  • Language:English
  • Pages:319
  • eBook ISBN:9780984628230

My Enemy, My Friend

by Jack Nadel

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Overview
From the end of the war in Japan to the trade wars around the world, My Enemy, My Friend, tells the story of the love/ hate relationship that has existed between Japan and the U.S. for the last fifty years. Starting with the last days of World War II, My Enemy, My Friend, brings to startling reality the brutality and finality of the vicious air war over Japan that led to the dropping of the atom bomb, and to the abject surrender of Imperial Japan. It shows the dramatic rise of Japan from the ashes of destruction, bringing to life the country’s agonizing climb from poverty to wealth. Readers witness the friendship and love that grows between two formerly bitter enemies as romance blooms between their children as they are confronted with age-old prejudices.
Description
From the end of the war in Japan to the trade wars around the world, My Enemy, My Friend, tells the story of the love/ hate relationship that has existed between Japan and the U.S. for the last fifty years. Starting with the last days of World War II, My Enemy, My Friend, brings to startling reality the brutality and finality of the vicious air war over Japan that led to the dropping of the atom bomb, and to the abject surrender of Imperial Japan. It shows the dramatic rise of Japan from the ashes of destruction, bringing to life the country’s agonizing climb from poverty to wealth. Readers witness the friendship and love that grows between two formerly bitter enemies as romance blooms between their children as they are confronted with age-old prejudices.
About the author
Jack Nadel has been an international entrepreneur for nearly seven decades—and has made a healthy profit every one of those years. He has founded, acquired, and operated more than a dozen companies that have produced hundreds of new products, thousands of jobs, and millions of dollars in profits. Each of his transactions has been an adventure he loved. From his broad and solid experience, Nadel has authored a number of popular books, including Cracking the Global Market, There’s No Business Like Your Bu$iness, and How to Succeed in Business Without Lying, Cheating or Stealing. All were written with the purpose of helping others attain greater success with their endeavors. He has also penned one novel, My Enemy, My Friend, set in the intriguing environment of international trade. In addition to pursuing his commercial enterprises and writing career, Nadel has lectured at colleges and universities, and for several years hosted his own television show, Out of the Box with Jack Nadel. Though insisting that he has retired, at age 89, Nadel—a decorated World War II veteran—continues to share his expertise and wisdom by mentoring future business leaders. Jack Nadel is a happy man who leads a robust life, savoring every moment. He resides with his wife, Julie, in Santa Barbara, California, and enjoys actively supporting their ongoing philanthropic efforts through the Nadel Foundation and involvement in the local community.
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