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As the 30th anniversary of Japan’s worst aviation accident approaches, the father of the sole British victim is hoping a new book will ensure the disaster is remembered for generations to come.

Peter Mathews, who lost his son, Kimble, in the crash, has provided extensive notes to academic and writer Christopher Hood in order to reconstruct a vivid and moving account of how he coped in the days and months following the accident.

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