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    "How to Spot a Jap" US Army Manual


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    Re: How to spot a jap

    I wonder if that manual helped them.
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    Re: How to spot a jap

    That's really interesting. I wish I could ask my grandfather, he was in the Navy over the pacific during the war.

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    Re: How to spot a jap

    hahah, interesting. But I doubt if this simple manual could help to include all the Chinese. The Japanese are not easy to brief, either.

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    Re: "How to Spot a Jap" US Army Manual

    That was really funny to read! My grandfather was in the U.S. navy and said that he didnt start to hate them till they hit his ship.

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    How to spot a 'Jap'

    Here is a small comic made for US army soldiers that shows the differences between the Chinese and the Japanese. It was made in 1942.
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    (I hope i'm posting this in the right forum section)
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    Rather bad guide except the cultural hints. They have taken the mostly PM with a bit sinid type of Japan as the avarage Japanese person which was not always the case and especially officers were rather of the Yakunin type which means more gracile and taller than Chinese people. The skin colour really depends on the part of China anyways, same with eyes and size.

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