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well during the war their was suspision at the Japanese people living in Australia.they were put in camps until the war was over.their was also many australians taken as prisioners of war.When these P.O.W were released it couldn't be helped but to show hatred towards japans torcherous was not until remembrence day that people actually accepted Japan and an understanding and friendship and or a type of truce was made.

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