How Did Yamamoto Die?


did bleach character genryusai yamamoto die?

did head captain yamamoto die in the manga if so can someone give me a link to the chapter so i can read it

Yeah he died... i believe the fight starts at chapter 509 and at 511 u actually c him dead so.. yeah...
http://kissmanga.com/Manga/Bleach/Bleach-511----Die-Standing?id=143299

How did Isoroku Yamamoto die?

Die of old age? Health problems??

The Isoroku Yamamoto with whom I am familiar was a Japanese Admiral during World War II.

ANSWER:
In April 1943, during the Solomon Islands campaign, a squadron of U.S. P-38 Lightning fighters from the 339th Fighter Squadron flew from Henderson Field, Guadalcanal. These aircraft were sent after the U.S. intercepted a Japanese coded transmission which revealed that Admiral Yamamoto would be on a Betty bomber conducting an inspection tour of forward air bases. On April 18, 1943, Admiral Yamamoto’s Betty bomber was intercepted by this squadron of P-38 Lightning fighter aircraft over Bougainville. Yamamoto's plane, one other Betty bomber, and the Japanese Zero fighters protecting the planes were shot down over Bougainville. Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was killed. His remains were cremated at Buin, and his ashes were returned to Japan on his last flagship, the battleship Musashi.

For additional information, please see:
http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/isoroku_yamamoto.htm
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/biography/Yamamoto.html
http://www.angelfire.com/ia/totalwar/Yamamoto.html

where died the general Yamamoto?

In the second world war

Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto died 18 April 1943 over the Island of Bougaville after being shot down by a flight of P-38 Lighting's from 339th Squadron USAAF. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isoroku_Yamamoto for more information.

What chapter did yamamoto lose his left arm?

After reading the latest chapter in Bleach, I realized I forgot how Yamamoto lost his arm.

Chapter 395

How did Japanese general Isoroku Yamamoto feel about the attack on pearl harbor?

I've heard that he said that they did nothing but awaken a sleeping giant and i wanted to know what his feelings were towards pearl harbor

A military man can scarcely pride himself on having 'smitten a sleeping enemy'; it is more a matter of shame, simply, for the one smitten. - Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, Commander in Chief of the Japanese Navy (about Pearl Harbor, 1942)

The mindless rejoicing at home is really appalling; it makes me fear that the first blow against Tokyo will make them wilt at once...I only wish that [the Americans] had also had, say, three carriers at Hawaii... - Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, Commander in Chief of the Japanese Navy (1942)

The mindless rejoicing at home is really appalling; it makes me fear that the first blow against Tokyo will make them wilt at once...I only wish that [the Americans] had also had, say, three carriers at Hawaii... - Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, Commander in Chief of the Japanese Navy (1942)

clearly yamamoto felt the japanese attack was a shameful act

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