Second World War - Pacific Ocean War -   Hiroo Onoda, it was the legendary last Japanese imperial army soldier, who for decades and decades continued to fight on the Filipino island of Lubong, despite Japan's surrender, and the Second World War was over. shown surrendering in 1974 after World War II ended 29 years previously, died at age 91 from heart failure.

Second World War - Pacific Ocean War - Hiroo Onoda, it was the legendary last Japanese imperial army soldier, who for decades and decades continued to fight on the Filipino island of Lubong, despite Japan's surrender, and the Second World War was over. shown surrendering in 1974 after World War II ended 29 years previously, died at age 91 from heart failure.

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Η ΜΟΝΑΞΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΑΛΗΘΕΙΑΣ: Hiroo Onoda: Ο αξιωματικός Πληροφοριών της Ιαπωνία...

Hiroo Onoda

Hiroo Onoda

Hiroo Onoda, Soldier Who Hid in Jungle for Decades, Dies at 91

Hiroo Onoda, Soldier Who Hid in Jungle for Decades, Dies at 91

Hiroo Onoda, Japanese soldier who long refused to surrender, dies at 91

"Television may be convenient but it has no influence on my life" - Hiroo Onoda, Soldier Who Hid in Jungle for Decades, Dies at 91 - NYTimes.com

Hiroo Onoda, Soldier Who Hid in Jungle for Decades, Dies at 91

"Television may be convenient but it has no influence on my life" - Hiroo Onoda, Soldier Who Hid in Jungle for Decades, Dies at 91 - NYTimes.com

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Hiroo Onoda | world war 2 photos japanese forces hiroo onoda hiroo onoda

Hiroo Onoda Hiroo Onoda (小野田 寛郎 Onoda Hirō?, March 19, 1922 – January 16, 2014) was an Imperial Japanese Army intelligence officer who fought in World War II and did not surrender in 1945. In 1974, his former commander traveled from Japan to personally issue orders relieving him from duty. Onoda had spent almost 30 years holding out in the Philippines.[1][2] He held the rank of Second Lieutenant in the Imperial Japanese Army.

Hiroo Onoda Hiroo Onoda (小野田 寛郎 Onoda Hirō?, March 19, 1922 – January 16, 2014) was an Imperial Japanese Army intelligence officer who fought in World War II and did not surrender in 1945. In 1974, his former commander traveled from Japan to personally issue orders relieving him from duty. Onoda had spent almost 30 years holding out in the Philippines.[1][2] He held the rank of Second Lieutenant in the Imperial Japanese Army.

Hiroo Onoda, the last Japanese soldier to surrender after the second world war – in pictures

Hiroo Onoda, the last Japanese soldier to surrender after the second world war – in pictures

Die Japanese soldier who fought 30 years after the surrender. Onoda, left, with her ​​uniform of the Imperial Army in after its surrender.

Hiroo Onoda, Japanese soldier who hid in Philippine jungle for 29 years, dies at 91 - The Washington Post

Hiroo Onoda, Japanese soldier who hid in Philippine jungle for 29 years, dies at 91

Hiroo Onoda, Japanese soldier who hid in Philippine jungle for 29 years, dies at 91 - The Washington Post

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