WWII Japanese Historian Dan King interview. (Clip)

Join us on this week’s episode of the What’s the Scuttlebutt Podcast as we dive into the captivating world of WWII Pacific history with author Dan King. With a unique blend of expertise in Japanese language, History, and a passion for storytelling, Dan takes us on a journey through his books: “Blossoms From The Sky,” “The Yalu River Boys,” “A Tomb Called Iwo Jima,” and “The Last Zero Fighter.” Discover how Dan’s childhood choices led him to become fluent in Japanese, shaping his path as a historian and author.

With a degree in Japanese language under his belt, Dan’s 15-year tenure at Toyota, including 10 years in Japan, provided him with invaluable insights into a world often shrouded in mystery to outsiders. Tune in as we unravel the fascinating intersections of language, culture, and history, and delve into the untold stories of WWII’s Pacific theater with Dan King, a true expert and passionate advocate for preserving the legacies of those who lived through it. Don’t miss this episode of the What’s the Scuttlebutt Podcast!DANKINGSHORT1