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Incredible Story of a Japanese Soldier Who Who Did Not Surrender Until 29 Years After WWII, Because He Didn't Believe the War Was Over

When the Japanese surrendered during WWII, one unknowing soldier spent 29 years staying true to that honor in the jungles of Lubang Island, Philippines where he was despatched to. Hiroo Onoda, c.1944 That soldier is Hiroo Onoda, a Japanese Imperial Army intelligence officer who kept on fighting WWII until 1974, long after the Japanese surrender of 1945 and is also one of the several Japanese Holdouts who were Japanese soldiers that were in denial of the end of the war because of their strong militaristic principle.
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