Japanese still seeking more than 2,000 WWII dead on Attu

Accompanied by American military and government personnel, a Japanese delegation visited the Aleutian island of Attu late last week. The group was examining graves dug by American troops following one of the most horrific battles of World War II, searching for evidence of the more than 2,000 Japanese soldiers whose bodies remain missing on the island.

Charles Homans, KIAL – Unalaska

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