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WW2 Japanese Badge in commemoration of the attack at Pearl Harbor

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WW2 Navy Pilot medal to commemorate the successful attack of Pearl Harbor - dated Showa 16 Dec. 8 (Dec. 8, 1941)

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大東亞戰爭 - Great East Asia War / Pacific War

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昭和十六年十二月八日 - Dec. 8, 1941

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