Ie Shima, Japanese Betty Bombers Surrender WW2
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I have a friend that was at Ie Shima when the Japanese came in and he gave me these photos similar to the one on your web page Cal (he was on a LST like the one in you photo on the beach) said the planes were painted white with red crosses on them also in the photos is Lt. Gen. Toroshio Kawabe. I am sending the photos with a JPG ext. Noel Adair


Betty Bomber on the Island of Ie Shima in WW2, Japan Surrenders
Scanned by Noel Adair
 The Japanese Betty Bomber is a beautiful plane. 

Its red crosses say, don't shoot us down, we surrender


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