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US Marine WWII veteran returns flag to fallen Japanese soldier’s family, 73 years later

by Peter Reid · August 17, 2017

In 1944, U.S. Marine, deployed to the Pacific island of Saipan, found a Japanese flag on the body of a fallen Japanese soldier. On Tuesday, Strombo was able to return that flag to the brother and sisters of Sadao Yasue.

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