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How did the Japanese people live during World War 2?

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  • during the ww2 Japanese people didnt live very good...police went in there home to get gold,siver,and metal to make bullets....they wud also go rob you stuff if you were not home.....a lot of Japanese people were killed...the Japanese sufffered alot during the war.
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