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  2. Aug 1, 2004 · Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo. Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 2004. by Cap. Ted W. Lawson (Author), Robert Considine (Editor) In this World War II classic, Captain Ted W. Lawson tells the story of America’s legendary strike back on the Japanese Empire in one of the most daring missions in military aviation history: the legendary Doolittle Raid.

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  3. In January 1943, Lawson and newspaper columnist Bob Considine decided to write a book about the mission, entitled Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo. In four nights and two days in the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., the entire story was worked out, although approval to publish the book was not given until after information about the raid was released by the War Department in April 1943.

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  5. Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo Ted W. Lawson, Robert Considine (Editor) 4.17 1,981 ratings122 reviews Edited by Robert Considine this is an account of the historic Doolittle Raid on Tokyo in 1942 by a crew member who lost a leg in the incident. The book was an immediate best seller and was soon made into a movie of the same name.

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  6. Apr 1, 2003 · Ted W. Lawson’s classic Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo appears in an enhanced reprint edition on the sixtieth anniversary of the Doolittle Raid on Japan. “One of the worst feelings about that time,” Ted W. Lawson writes, “was that there was no tangible enemy. It was like being slugged with a single punch in a dark room, and having no way of knowing where to slug back.”.

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