17,955,000 draftees were examined, but 6,420,000 draftees were rejected. Hope this helps.
Australia called their draftees, "National Servicemen."
they were draftees.
* •25% (648,500) of total forces in country were draftees. * •Draftees accounted for 30.4% (17,725) of combat deaths in Vietnam. * •Total draftees (1965-73) 1,728,344.
Japanese sliding doors are called fusuma Japanese sliding doors are called fusuma
Japanese poetry is called a Haiku.
Japanese currency called YEN.
They are called 'onsen' in Japanese.
A Japanese princess is called a Hime.
During the Vietnam War, Australian women formed an organization in the mid 60's called, "Save Our Sons" and referred to Australian draftees as "conscripts." It's possible that some of the Australians in country, could have referred to draftees as "Nats" as their selective service was called the National Service Act.
The Japanese currency is called the Yen. The symbol is ¥.
It is called "Kettoh" in japanese.
It is called 'takushii,' written in Japanese as: タクシー
its not originally Japanese but it is called hakisaku
Japanese comic books are called Manga.
A Traditional Japanese play is called a noh (or no) play.
Japanese nature spirits are called Kami
It is called 'yabusame,' written in Japanese as: 流鏑馬
a belt or a karate belt in Japanese is called obi
Housekeeping is called "Kaji" in Japanese. Housekeeper is called "kaseihu" in Japanese if the person is not the wife of the house. If the wife is in charge of the housekeepking, she is called "shuhu."
Japanese paper folding is the art called origami.