Shoichi Sato, a 98-year-old resident of Showa, Fukushima Prefecture, recalls his days fighting as a soldier in the Japanese military garrison in Bhamo, northern Myanmar, back in 1944.
“The only reason I survived was luck,” said Sato.
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