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Letter to US Secretary of War Robert Patterson to request clemency for Yamashita, 5 Feb 1946

Caption   Letter to US Secretary of War Robert Patterson to request clemency for Yamashita, 5 Feb 1946 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseFamily of Harry E. Clarke
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 9 Dec 2006

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Licensing  used with permission by Chip Clarke, grandson of Harry E. Clarke

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1. Romeo Dologan says:
7 Nov 2007 02:35:48 AM

It should be life impresonment for him.So can help to recognise specepic post comaander in area, because in my birth place there is a massgrave in Butuan City during japanese war and accedentaly discovered compound of judge viray in Balanghai
2. AFolman says:
5 Feb 2014 05:27:50 PM

The war criminal should have been BBQ'd alive.

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