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Japanese Prisoners of War Under cover of a U.S Marine guard, Japanese prisoners, clad in new clothes supplied by their American captors, march down the ramp of a ship to an Allied base in the Pacific (March 24, 1944).

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Japanese Prisoners of War
Under cover of a U.S Marine guard, Japanese prisoners, clad in new clothes supplied by their American captors, march down the ramp of a ship to an Allied base in the Pacific (March 24, 1944).
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Japanese Prisoners of War
Under cover of a U.S Marine guard, Japanese prisoners, clad in new clothes supplied by their American captors, march down the ramp of a ship to an Allied base in the Pacific (March 24, 1944).
Japanese Prisoners of War Under cover of a U.S Marine guard, Japanese prisoners, clad in new clothes supplied by their American captors, march down the ramp of a ship to an Allied base in the Pacific (March 24, 1944).
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Japanese Prisoners of War Under cover of a U.S Marine guard, Japanese prisoners, clad in new clothes supplied by their American captors, march down the ramp of a ship to an Allied base in the Pacific (March 24, 1944). During World War II, it has been estimated that between 19,500 and 50,000 members of the Imperial Japanese military surrendered to Allied combatants prior to the end of the Pacific War in August 1945. Soviet troops seized and imprisoned more than half a million Japanese troops and civilians in China and other places. The number of Japanese soldiers, sailors, marines, and airmen who surrendered was limited by the Japanese military indoctrinating its personnel to fight to the death, Allied combat personnel often being unwilling to take prisoners, and many Japanese soldiers believing that those who surrendered would be killed by their captors. Photo taken on March 24, 1944.

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SizeText 6.8" x 4.9"

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