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What was life like for civilians in Tokyo during World War 2?

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2008-04-10 03:49:33
2008-04-10 03:49:33

Like their ally Germany, Japanese civilians had to endure US/allied "air raids" (aerial bombing). As for routine living; Japanese males were drafted into military service (as in Germany), and the females were sent to factories to support the war effort.

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