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"The battle cries of the Japs have become familiar to thousands of Marines. 'Banzai!' and 'Marines you die!' and 'Marines, we kill you!' and 'More blood for the emperor!' are common enough, but on Cape Gloucester, one unit of Japs tried a new one. As they stormed a Marine strong point in a hopeless attack, they yelled, 'To Hell with Babe Ruth! To Hell with Babe Ruth!'"

Four years after the Pearl Harbor attack, a Japanese newspaper editorial expressed deep regret for Japan's aggressiveness in the Second World War, click here to read about it...

     


Engaging The Japanese Soldier (The American Magazine, 1945)

Engaging The Japanese Soldier (The American Magazine, 1945)

Engaging The Japanese Soldier (The American Magazine, 1945)

Engaging The Japanese Soldier (The American Magazine, 1945)

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