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"The code of the Japanese warrior demands that he return home victorious or return not at all. No allowances are made for men unconscious from battle wounds or in malarial coma. The captured warrior is a dead warrior - officially. In Japan, funerals for [Camp] McCoy's living dead already have been held. Parents are in disgrace. Wives have remarried. Their children bare new names."

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Japanese Prisoners at Camp McCoy (Collier's Magazine, 1944)

Japanese Prisoners at Camp McCoy (Collier's Magazine, 1944)

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