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Flag Japanese WW2

Flag Japanese WW2
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Flag Japanese WW2
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Flag Japanese WW2.
The pavilion, called Japan-Jyūrokujō Kyokujitsuki (十六 条 旭日 旗?), Was first adopted as a war flag May 15, 1870, and served until the end of World War II in 1945 . After being forbidden by the Treaty of San Francisco, it is reintroduced as the flag of Land Forces (JGSDF) and naval defense (JMSDF) since 30 June 1954. in neighboring Asian countries that suffered the occupation of Japan, this flag still has a strong negative connotation. The JMSDF also used a flame war. First adopted in 1914 and readopted in 1965, the war flame contains a simplified version of the naval ensign at the top of the shaft, with the rest of the white flame.
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2019-12-31 8.008.00
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