Episode: Why were some Japanese soldiers still fighting decades after World War II?


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Why were some Japanese soldiers still fighting decades after World War II?
During World War II, the bravery of Kamikaze pilots was legendary. When the war concluded, several Japanese soldiers remained in hiding on islands across the Pacific. Learn more about Japanese holdouts and the Bushido code in this HowStuffWorks podcast.

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