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Map of Japanese controlled areas in the Pacific Theater in WWII.

Japanese people living in the US faced racism from their neighbors and communities. As shown in the picture, this store bars any Japanese people from entering and calls them "rats".

The Japanese families in Los Gatos California were interned in Tule Lake concentration camps. My parents were gleeful about it.

1938年6月 蒋介石軍が黄河を決壊させ、その被災中国人におにぎりを配る日本陸軍兵士ら

萨摩藩@りょう on

Japanese Imperial Army soldiers distribute rice balls to Chinese refugees as the result of the Yellow River Flood which created by the Chiang KaiShek.

General Yamashita. General Tomoyuki Yamashita (November 8, 1885 – February 23, 1946) was a general of the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. He was most famous for conquering the British colonies of Malaya and Singapore, earning the nickname "The Tiger of Malaya".

general yamashita with uniform wet by the rain (singapore and the officer in the left is Field Marshall Sugiyama

【拡散】南京大虐殺が捏造であると断言できる25の証拠画像【永久保存版】 これは全世界に拡散すべき!!! - 中国・韓国・在日崩壊ニュース

【拡散】南京大虐殺が捏造であると断言できる25の証拠画像【永久保存版】 これは全世界に拡散すべき!!! - 中国・韓国・在日崩壊ニュース

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Jack Brutus, another canine Connecticut Yankee (Sgt. Stubby was a stray from New Haven) & military veteran. Jack was the official mascot of Company K, First Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, during the Spanish-American War. He served most of his duty along the Eastern seaboard providing coastal defense. Jack died in 1898 of spinal troubles. (from Bully Advocates of the Monterey Bay Area)

Jack Brutus was the official mascot for Company K of the First Connecticut Volunteer Infantry during the Spanish-American War. Unlike Sergeant Stubby, Jack was never in the action nor had a rank. He died in 1898 of spinal troubles and other complications.

Japanese soldiers crossing a river near the Nanjing city wall, China, 13 Dec 1937

[Photo] Japanese soldiers crossing a river near the Nanjing city wall, China, 13 Dec 1937

Japanese soldiers crossing a river near the Nanjing city wall, China, 13 Dec 1937

復旦大学を占領した谷川部隊

復旦大学を占領した谷川部隊

The Unforgettable Warrior  For those who don't know him, He is Leftenan Adnan bin Saidi, (1915 - 14 February 1942). He was a Malayan soldier of the 1st Infantry Brigade which fought the Japanese in the Battle of Bukit Candu. Although heavily outnumbered, Adnan refused to surrender and urged his men to fight until the end. They held off the Japanese for two days amid heavy enemy shelling and shortages of food and ammunition. Adnan was shot but carried on fighting.

The Unforgettable Warrior For those who don't know him, He is Leftenan Adnan bin Saidi, (1915 - 14 February 1942). He was a Malayan soldier of the 1st Infantry Brigade which fought the Japanese in the Battle of Bukit Candu. Although heavily outnumbered, Adnan refused to surrender and urged his men to fight until the end. They held off the Japanese for two days amid heavy enemy shelling and shortages of food and ammunition. Adnan was shot but carried on fighting.

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