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Battleship Musashi: Sistership of Yamato

A personal account of Japanese battleship Musashi’s sinking from a surviving crewmember.



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telfordguy34uk : For all the horrors the Japanese army carried out, the Japanese navy as with all navies, fought, for the most part, a brave and honourable war ., and they deserve our respect. Serving on the primo warships of any country at war is tough as you know before you even set sail, that your enemy is going to do anything it takes to sink you, so imagine serving on the world's biggest most powerful battleship .
Masted 2323 : Everyone forgets about their third sister designed to be the most powerful :Shinano!!
Renalyn Galvadores : That the sister of yamato
Robert Gabuna : This stupendous battleship sank in Sibuyan Sea, Romblon, my home province.
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Kali Das : Well I always had a question why did America use nuclear bomb if they can win against Japan easily becuase anyone would use those bombs as lost resort
Djone Ostoja : Brave peopole
Adryano : When we will be able to buy this ship? in this year?
Michael MacKay : Was the Musashi named after Miyamoto Musashi?

Miyamoto Musashi: The Lone Samurai

Miyamoto Musashi was the greatest swordsman to ever come out a nation of great swordsmen - Japan. His story, which has become the basis for countless flying swordsman Oriental movies, is one of raw courage, unbridled ambition and unparalleled mindfulness. In one on one combat he defeated 60 opponents, yet his greatest legacy is his seminal work, the Book of Five Rings, which is still pored over my military tacticians and mindfulness enthusiasts 450 years after it was written.

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Roland Mousaa : WOW! Thanks..
Cody Shi : Do a video on Saigō Takamori (one of Japan’s last samurai) and Takeko Nakano (a famous female samurai).
Kenzo Poe : P.S. - Huge Fan of these Biographies Simon.
This is One of your Best.
Kenzo Poe : And we got The Last Samurai instead of his Life Story!?
Smh Hollywood.
StraightShooter : Thank you so very much, for these fascinating and very interesting Bio's. I really enjoy history, and your presentation makes history so much more enjoyable!
your kind stranger : Miyamoto musashi a.k.a. johnny
bob nixon : you did a great job with the pronounciation for a brit or an american as japanese can be a rough lang.
nel 9 : Interesting stuff cheers
Mattschannelism : The dude used a TRAINING SWORD and still owned his opponents. How much more badass could you be?!

Jocko Podcast 100 w/ Tim Ferriss - Musashi. Warrior Code and Life

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0:00:00 - Opening

0:01:00 - Tim's recent Silent Retreat.

0:09:12 - Musashi, An Epic Novel of The Samurai Era 

3:03:52 - Final Take-Aways.  The Path.

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4:02:26 - Closing Gratitude.
xYO5HlMlT5Ux : Shogun, Gates of fire please
TIG2MAN0 : I love the hero journey of the hobbit. I learned about it at like 10 the journey to the lonely Mountain kill the dragon take the gold. These are metaphor but it's about the hero journey.
xYO5HlMlT5Ux : Shogun vs musashi thoughts?
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By Way Of Deception : This particular episode is so good that this is my third listen. Three years later. That is the power of podcasts and good media.
Last Man Standing : The very end or mid end is what I think musashi meant when he was talking about the way. All he knew was violence and fighting but that's why he views the sword as a microcosm of the world and every path. Everyone has their own path but everypath, I think, follows the way of the sword.
tulpa painting : "Good evening" - black and white daylight behind Ferris as if he is sent by divine intent
Nathan Nemeth : I wanted to read War and Peace when I was only 8 years old. It was very boring, so I read Musashi instead. I had totally forgotten about it until Jocko started reading from it. Even the title didn't sound super familiar.
Runaetus : Gonna re-read Vagabond manga after this




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