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Thread: A run in with Japanese soldiers after the end of the War

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    Default A run in with Japanese soldiers after the end of the War

    A good story as told by an elderly veteran of WWII. About 10 min. long.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oBm...LzTFbqNjtXzo-F

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    Default Re: A run in with Japanese soldiers after the end of the War

    Watching it right now. It's such a crazed story it is.

    Life is short... We should then cherish every sec of it.

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    Default Re: A run in with Japanese soldiers after the end of the War

    Quote Originally Posted by Kilroy View Post
    Watching it right now. It's such a crazed story it is.
    One thing i learned from the story is that MacArthur ordered the props removed from the remaining Japanese planes. I never heard that before, I wonder what other changes were instituted?

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    Default Re: A run in with Japanese soldiers after the end of the War

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    Japanese P1Y Ginga and D4Y Suisei aircraft at Atsugi Airfield, Japan, post-war; note some propellers removed to prevent unauthorized flights
    Source United States National Archives

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    Default Re: A run in with Japanese soldiers after the end of the War

    That's insane really! I remember reading in "Strong men armed" by Robert Leckie where that final (Japanese) soldier on Guadalcanal was in 1947. I believe even though the Japanese were a brutal enemy, they were a honorable opponent.

    Life is short... We should then cherish every sec of it.

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