Three military letters, written by Japanese soldiers and posted from Manchukuo (Manchuria, China) to family and friends in Japan. The soldiers tell about things like their life in army, the war and entertainment.
Letter -3 pages- sent to his mother (from the Mukden Kwantung Army Field Air Depot to Japan, Aichi). Passed by military censor, Mukden, Dec.18.1932.
Envelope roughly opened.
Letter -2 pages- sent to his friend (from the Mudanjiang Independent Garrison to Japan, Nagano).
Passed by military censor, Hsinking, Jul.11.1934.
Letter - 2 pages- sent to his friend (from the Manchukuo Qiqihar Artillery Regiment to Japan, Kyoto).
Passed by military censor, Sipingjig, Dec.9.
Tear in letter.
Manchukuo was a puppet state of Japan in Northeast China and Inner Mongolia from 1932 until 1945. Founded in 1932 after the Japanese invasion. At the end of WWII Manchukuo was formally transferred to Chinese administration.
- Kirjojen lukumäärä
- Asevoimat, Kurio- ja ephemera-kirjallisuus, Siirtomaahistoria, Sotahistoria
- Kirjailija/ Kuvittaja
- Japanese soldiers
- Kirjan nimi
- Manchukuo (Manchuria, China) letter
- Vanhimman kohteen julkaisuvuosi
- 1. painos
- Alkuperäinen kieli
- 23×16 cm