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Although the death of his comrades meant little to him at the time, a former World War II reserve kamikaze pilot says a remark by a ranking officer after Japan’s surrender that the country had fought the war in vain troubled him greatly.

Now, Tomokazu Kasai, 89, hopes young people will make efforts to learn about the war and its consequences.

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