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Letters and Diaries of Japanese Soldiers, 1940—1946

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The following letters and diaries of twenty Japanese soldiers are selected from Listen to the Voices from the Sea, translated by Midori Yamanouchi and Joseph L. Quinn, S.J., (University of Scranton Press, 2000.) The pages from which the excerpts are taken are given in parentheses, following the name of each soldier. Excerpts that begin with dates are diary entries. Chinese place names have been changed from the Wade Giles system in the original to the pinyin system to facilitate identification on commonly used maps of China today.


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