Japanese soldiers wrote antiwar letters from Chinese front

TOKYO, Japan - Photo shows an archive compiled by an Imperial Japanese Army research team in 1940 analyzing the results of censorship on mail. Japanese soldiers at the front line during the 1937-1945 war with China wrote antimilitary letters to their families and friends, even though they knew their correspondence would be censored by the army, said scholars Aug. 11 after discovering the correspondence among materials at the Defense Agency's library in Tokyo. (Kyodo)

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