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South Korea, like Japan allied with the United States, but still aggrieved about Tokyo's 20th century colonization of the Korean peninsula, said it would not accept any change in policy affecting its security unless it gave its agreement. He posed as an office cleaner at German headquarters in Hamburg. “Nobody looked at a corporal. Victory won over evil, we have still not found peace or safety and we are still in the grip of dangers which are even worse than the ones we have survived.

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Publisher: Naval & Military Press (December 12, 2015)

ISBN: 1474529925

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