Controversy Over a Memorial for a Kor...

Controversy Over a Memorial for a Korean Kamikaze Pilot

There are 1 comment on the The Marmot's Hole story from May 8, 2008, titled Controversy Over a Memorial for a Korean Kamikaze Pilot. In it, The Marmot's Hole reports that:

For those of you who don't know, yes there were in fact Korean Kamikaze pilots during WWII.

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Since: Apr 08


#1 May 13, 2008
Deception at a museum for kamikaze pilots

One day, I was visiting this museum with a Canadian friend. At the museum, he was looking for the picture of a Japanese kamikaze pilot. He said that one of his Japanese friends was a kamikaze pilot at this airport. He asked me to ask the curator if there was his picture or not. Then I asked the curator. And the curator asked him if the Japanese pilot was alive or dead. He said the pilot was alive and safe. Then the curator said to him that, unfortunately, they displayed no pictures of people who were still living and that, if he had been dead, his pictures would have been displayed.

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