Japanese WWII soldier who hid in jungle for 29 years dies – USA TODAY

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USA TODAY
Former Japanese Imperial Army soldier Hiroo Onoda has died at the age of 91 — roughly 40 years after he stopped fighting World War II. Onoda, the last Japanese soldier to surrender, hid out in the jungles of the Philippines for almost 30 years after 1945,
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