Booklet page. Article "Sleeping here a brave hero who lost youth and happiness for his Motherland!" in Japan Alpine-Ski Soldiers Association Publication

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"The Army and Navy Japanese Anti-aircraft Batteries and Anti-aircraft Machine-gun Batteries have lost 40 per cent of their comrades by the fierce American air-raids and naval bombardments from June 7, 1942 to July 25, 1945. On leaving Kiska Island, they held the Common Menorial Services for the fallen American and Japanese Heros at the ridge of Kiska harbor crater commanding views of Kiska Harbor, the Bering Sea and the Northern Pacific Ocean [Ocena]."

"Sleeping here a brave hero who lost youth and happiness for his Motherland!"Nippon (Japan) Garrison

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1 page, typescript

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20161025123933 [filename]

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Japan Alpine-ski Soldiers Association: publisher, “Booklet page. Article "Sleeping here a brave hero who lost youth and happiness for his Motherland!" in Japan Alpine-Ski Soldiers Association Publication,” Japanese American Military History Collective, accessed July 20, 2024, https://ndajams.omeka.net/items/show/1056593.