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Japan held a huge army force in China during the war, but when US forces were getting close to Japan, it could no longer transfer reinforcements from China to the Pacific islands, because by then its Navy and merchant shipping were decimated by US forces. He insisted that he looked at the plans for prospective campaigns and that he knew about the timing of the plans so that he could pray for its success.

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