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World War II survivor remembers the past

THE EAR (The Freeman) - November 8, 2015 - 9:00am

JAPAN. A woman in her eighties considers herself lucky for having survived the war with Japan.

BOMBING. She relates: "I was eleven then. A bomb dropped by the Americans exploded in our front yard that noon, immediately killing two neighbors who had emerged from their foxhole to have lunch at the second floor of their house."

FOXHOLE. She continues: "But none in our family came out of our foxhole during the bombing, although we were already hungry."

ALREADY ALTHOUGH AMERICANS BOMB BOMBING CAME FOXHOLE JAPAN QUOT STRONG
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