The Newest on a U.S. veteran returning a fallen Japanese soldier’s flag to the person’s kinfolk (all occasions native):
A U.S. World Conflict II veteran has returned to a fallen soldier’s household a Japanese flag he took from the person’s physique seventy three years in the past.
Marvin Strombo knew the calligraphy-coated flag was greater than a souvenir of the conflict. It was a treasure that might fill a void for the lifeless man’s household.
The flag he handed over Tuesday to Sadao Yasue’s siblings is the primary hint of their brother. The Japanese authorities solely gave them a picket field containing a couple of rocks, a substitution for the stays which have by no means been returned.
Strombo has stated he additionally plans to elucidate to Yasue’s kin how their brother died.