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Japan: The last Japanese man remaining in Kazakhstan

At Japan Subculture Research Center‘s blog, Richard Orange and Ikuru Kuwajima tell the story [en] of “one Japanese POW trapped in the Soviet Union after the end of the Second World War.”

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