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One of the most important books that achieved a high sales rate is the book "Killing the Sunrise" by Bill O'Reilly. The first pages of the book begin in the fall of 1944. The Second World War almost ended in Europe, but American soldiers face an opponent to avoid defeat. The Japanese army follows a symbol Samurai Bushido, which states that surrender is a form of shame, and for this the book takes the reader to the tropical battlefield on the bloody island of Peleliu and Io Jim, where General Douglas Malik plans to triumphant return and plan a large-scale invasion in Japan, all over the world in Los Amos Your father's New Mexico Tor Robert Oppenheimer and his team of scientists prepare to test the deadly weapons known to mankind. The book details the saga of the last moments of World War II with something that had not happened before.