Japan during World War II

  • Published on : 05/03/2015
  • by : R.A
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A Just for Japan

Few Japanese people know about him, but he is honored in the United States and Israel like Oskar Schindler as one of the Righteous Among the Nations. Parks, streets and monuments are dedicated to him and yet it is only in his hometown of Yaotsu, in the Gifu Prefecture that you will find traces of this unassuming hero.

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