Japanese big cute korea

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Wo ( Chinese : ; pinyin : w ) this was an ancient Chinese name for Japan, but was also adopted by the Japanese.

During World War II atrocities were frequently committed to Australians who surrendered (or attempted to surrender) to Japanese soldiers, most famously the ritual beheading of Leonard Siffleet, which was photographed, as well as incidents of cannibalism and the shooting down of ejected pilots' parachutes. 54 a b c Ulrich Straus, The Anguish Of Surrender: Japanese POWs of World War II (excerpts) Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2003 isbn,.1,.

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