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WWII POWs Recall Striking Back as Japan Saboteurs by Janet McConnaughey of the Associated Press.
A huge prisoner-of-war camp in what was then Manchuria was set up to provide skilled workers at a factory complex that made tools and machine and airplane parts for Japan during World War II.
But survivors meeting this week say what the Japanese got instead at Mukden - now Shenyang, China - was motivated saboteurs of their war effort...
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