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.” He added,
And, too, there was a helpless, filled-up,... more...